During a campaign rally in Texas, former President Donald Trump said that he might run for president in 2024.
Trump, who was in Texas to campaign for Republican candidates, said that he did better in his second run. He made the revelation while talking about his efforts to boost the party's candidates in the state.
He noted that he received more votes in 2020 than in 2016. He also said that he would have to run for president again in order to make the country great again.
In his speech, Trump referred to the voters who propelled him to the presidency two years ago as the "silent majority". He said that they are now stronger than ever before.
Before making his appearance at the rally, Trump said that the journey that he and his supporters have been on together has just begun. His appearance before the crowd in South Texas was his first public appearance since the House Select Committee on the Capitol Riot subpoenaed him to provide documents.
Trump criticized the members of the House Select Committee on the Capitol. He said that they were only focused on him instead of investigating the allegations of widespread fraud in the presidential election.
Trump claimed that if he were to travel across a state that is heavily Democratic, he would get a grand jury subpoena. He said that the investigators had been looking into him for a long time.