Trump tells attendees to ‘prepare for work’ to ‘take back our country’

  • Former President Donald Trump has again claimed he will win the presidential election in 2024.
  • Trump has not announced an official candidacy for the 2024 presidential election.
  • But he has hinted at his participation in the race and his victory on several occasions.

Former President Donald Trump told thousands of attendees on Saturday that he would find himself in the White House in 2024.

“Prepare to work, prepare to fight, prepare to win, and win like never before,” Trump said at an event in Austin hosted by the American Freedom Tour. “We will take back the House, we will take back the Senate and we will take back our country.”

Trump has yet to announce a 2024 presidential candidacy, but has flagged a potential run. After losing the 2020 presidential election to Joe Biden, the former president began hosting a series of rallies that served as a barometer of his popularity among conservatives and could help him maintain momentum for an eventual electoral candidacy.

Since his loss, Trump has repeatedly said he expects to win in 2024 if he runs in the next presidential election. Saturday’s rally marked only the last time he made such a claim.

During an American Freedom Tour in March, for example, Trump promised to return to the White House in 2024.

“With the support of everyone in this room, we will take back the House, we will take back the Senate and we will take back our country, and then especially in 2024, we will take back our beautiful White House,” he said in s speaking to a crowd of rally participants in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

To attend American Freedom Tour events in person with Trump, rally participants can pay up to thousands of dollars. It can cost upwards of $4,995 to have the chance to see him speak at one of these rallies organized by the American Freedom Tour.

Saturday’s rally was attended by 8,000 people, according to The Austin American-Statesman. Trump delivered a speech that lasted over an hour, and was joined by former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Donald Trump, Jr., and former campaign aide Kimberly Guilfoyle.

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