If you want to do something properly you always plan in advance. For example, my wife and I moved into our home from another state just over four years ago.
We had a planned date that we were moving into our home and set everything up around the idea that everything was going to happen on that day. We planned everything out over six months, including the dates we were going to pack which rooms up, when we were going to hire the movers, and even in the last month, we were at our old house, what dates the utilities were set up at the new home.
Now, imagine how haphazard everything would have looked if we didn’t do any of that stuff until a day before we were set to move?
President Donald Trump could announce his 2024 plans as soon as Inauguration Day, if his legal battle over the presidential election falls short, according to a published report.
The Trump campaign has insisted that there has been voter fraud in states that include Arizona, Nevada, Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin, as well as Pennsylvania.
Despite multiple anecdotal claims of voting irregularities, proof has yet to surface that there was a widespread effort to distort the voting process in such as way that would have impacted the final results of the presidential election.
As the Trump campaign has lost lawsuit after lawsuit to overturn the results in states won by Biden, increasing attention has been paid in the media to the potential for a Trump candidacy in 2024.
The Daily Beast report frames Trump’s deliberations about 2024 in terms of when he will announce he is running more than whether he will run.
The report said the president has “floated the idea of doing a 2024-related event during Biden’s inauguration week, possibly on Inauguration Day.”
The report also said the Trump believes he can retain a major media presence even if he leaves office because the media finds Biden “boring.”
The Daily Beast report comes amid multiple reports that 2024 is looming large in Trump’s mind.