(PALM BEACH, FLA) — Former President Donald Trump is reportedly planning to formally announce his third run for the White House the Monday after the midterm elections, according to a new report Friday.
According to Axios, Trump plans to ride the red wave and will launch his 2024 presidential campaign on Nov. 14, six days after Republicans are expected to retake the House and Senate.
The report comes a day after Trump told a rally in Sioux City, Iowa, that he “will very, very, very probably do it again.”
However, should Trump announce he’s running again, there will be push back from the left to stop him.
“Should Donald Trump seek re-election to the presidency or any other office, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington will pursue his disqualification under the Fourteenth Amendment for engaging in the January 6th insurrection.”
Plans are being made to disqualify Trump in 2024 if he runs. Section 3 of the 14th Amendment provides the path for doing so whether or not he's criminally prosecuted for mounting an insurrection. Such prosecution isn't a prerequisite. https://t.co/b5Bv2ULvVC
— Laurence Tribe (@tribelaw) November 3, 2022
Meanwhile, Governor Ron DeSantis will be campaigning in Palm Beach County on Monday and Former President Trump will hold a rally in Miami with Sen. Marco Rubio.
The Nov. 6 “Get Out the Vote Rally” will be held at the Miami-Dade County Fair and Exposition, according to Trump’s website.
Incumbent Florida Congressman Brian Mast who represents the Treasure Coast was live on FOX News from Hobe Sound and told Steve Doocy that DeSantis will win Miami-Dade red and win re-election.
Corinna Robinson is Mast’s Democratic opponent for U.S. House Florida District 21 seat. She will join Bill Adams on the South Florida Morning Show Monday morning at 7:03.