Trump haters and democracy experts have denounced the alleged plan to announce the 2024 race a week after the midterms

Donald Trump’s allies are considering a potential announcement of a 2024 presidential election on November 14, according to a report.

The announcement will be followed by several days of events, Axios reported.

The former president and his associates have been hinting for some time that a 2024 announcement is coming.

Allies are now clarifying their schedules and preparing to travel during the week following the November 8 mid-sessions.

Mr. Trump hopes to use the Republicans’ expected midterm success to build momentum for his own White House bid as he is poised to take credit for all the GOP victories, Axios Noted.

The former president has been looking to announce his campaign right after midterms for some time, as he hopes to get ahead of potential contenders such as Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

Mr. Trump has recently moved ever closer to announcing he will run, enjoying the elation of his supporters every time he hints that a campaign is imminent.

“In order to make our country prosperous, safe and glorious, I will very, very, very likely do it again… Get ready, that’s all I’m telling you – very soon. Get ready,” he said at a rally in Sioux City, Iowa on Thursday.

Journalist Greg Bluestein of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution tweeted that the announcement could come “right in the middle of a potential Senate runoff here in Georgia.”

Plans remain in flux and could still change depending on Tuesday’s midterm results, particularly if the Georgia Senate race ends in a runoff between Republican challenger Herschel Walker and Democratic incumbent Raphael Warnock, according to Axios.

“Following @jonathanvswan, two Trump advisers told @CBSNews this morning that Nov 14 is on the radar but nothing is set in stone. They say Trump wants to be part of the midterm conversation next Tuesday — and during the lame duck — even though some congressional Republicans want him to wait,” said reporter Robert Costa. tweeted.

“How can a rational person support this man? I don’t have an offer for Libs but this man is heinous, evil and destructive,” one Twitter user said. said.

NBC News investigative reporter Max Hixenbaugh tweeted“It’s started. News stories as usual about Trump’s 2024 run with no mention – not even a clause – noting that he worked to overthrow American democracy based on lies about voter fraud, inspiring a violent attack on the US Capitol.

Steve Benen, MSNBC Producer added“In case it wasn’t obvious, the Nov. 14 date is notable: When the Jan. 6 committee subpoenaed Trump, the panel gave him a deadline for Nov. 14 testimony.”

“I would change every dollar into an urgent, generic warning of imminent danger to the nation, that it might as well be on the ballot, and giving it majorities of support in both houses would be a grave mistake that could not not be corrected. in 2024″, the Rebovich Institute tweeted.

“This MUST be discussed in the final days of #Election2022 by Democrats,” Matt Walton wrote.

Brendan Nyhan, professor of political science at Dartmouth added that “91% of political science experts view another Trump candidacy as a threat to democracy, including 35% who call the threat extraordinary and 39% who consider it serious.”

“We are ready for a revenge”, the Lincoln Project tweeted.

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