While President Trump continues to fight Joe Biden over the 2020 election results, some are already looking at 2024.
If Trump loses the election this year, he’s in great shape to win in 2024.
And it’s all thanks to one top poll that shows Trump with a massive lead in the Republican Primary.
In the aftermath of the 2020 presidential election, Democrats have claimed victory despite the fact that the electoral college won’t meet to formally elect the next president until December.
And with Joe Biden already preparing to take office next January despite the ongoing lawsuits with the Trump administration over the final election outcomes in multiple swing states, including places like Pennsylvania and Arizona, which proved to be decisive in delivering Trump a big victory in 2016, there are signs that Trump may just run again in four years if he ends up losing this year.
In the history of the United States, there has only been one person serve two nonconsecutive terms in office as President, Grover Cleveland.
Cleveland was elected President, ran for re-election lost in a deeply contested and questionable election mired by fraud, only to seek the office again four years later and won in a massive landslide.
Since Cleveland left office in 1897, no one else has ever served as President on two separate occasions.
But should Trump ultimately lose in 2020, there’s growing evidence that he may end up being the second person in history to pull it off.
And one early poll of the Republican presidential field for 2024 shows that he already has a head start.
Politico reports, “President Donald Trump is the favored Republican candidate for a 2024 run, beating other notable Republicans, including Vice President Mike Pence, by a double-digit margin, according to a POLITICO/Morning Consult poll released Tuesday.
Trump gets 53 percent of support among Republicans and Republican-leaning independents for a hypothetical 2024 Republican primary, according to the poll of registered voters. Pence came in second at only 12 percent support. Donald Trump Jr. got the third-highest support at 8 percent, while other Republican figures, including Sens. Tom Cotton, Ted Cruz and Mitt Romney, and Nikki Haley each got less than 5 percent support.”
Should Trump ultimately lose this year’s election to Joe Biden, he would be in rock solid shape to seek the office again in four years.
And this latest politico poll shows that there’s virtually no one else in the Republican Party who could stop him.
If Trump wanted to seek a re-match with Biden, all the signs indicate that he would get the chance to do so.
Of course, the President’s campaign continues to be focused on the election results for this year, and securing President Trump’s second term without having to wait another four years to do so, but this new poll is a sign for Trump that even if he does lose, his political career will be far from over.
We will keep you up to date with any new updates in this ongoing story.