'I'll be back,' says Donald Trump at farewell speech

After he left Washington D.C. for the final time as president and skipped Joe Biden’s inaugural,  Donald Trump pledged that he would “be back” and said he hoped it would not be a “long goodbye”. 

Mr. Trump said in his farewell speech Wednesday to a group of supporters, administration officials, and family members:   “I wish the new administration great luck and great success​.​ Goodbye. We love you. We will be back in some form​”. 

For now, he is gone to his post-presidential home at Mar-a-Lago, his resort in Palm Beach, Florida. 

Based on reports, Trump started thinking of staging another presidential run in 2024 soon after he lost the 2020 presidential election to Biden.

The first one-term president since George H.W. Bush, Trump alluded to running for office at a White House holiday party in December when he was still arguing the election results showing that Biden was the winner.

"It has been a wonderful four years," Donald Trump announced a crowd of Republican National Committee members. “We're trying to do four more years. If not, I will see you again in four years."

Trump has laid the foundation for a re-emergence on the national stage with the creation of a leadership PAC named "Save America," which he could use as a war chest to donate to Republican candidates to continue his influence on the party.

He also went on to donate to his campaign fund, raising more than $ 200 million since Election Day.

However, he would face a number of Republican contenders in four years such as Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri and Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas.

Former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley, who worked as Trump’s ambassador to the United Nations and has powerful support among the DC Republican circles, could also carry out a campaign. 

But a survey published in November immediately after the election shows Trump possibly win the nomination by 2024.

According to a Politico and Morning Consult poll, Trump has 53 percent support ​for a White House run, compared to 12 percent for Vice President Mike Pence, and 8 percent for his eldest son, Donald Trump Jr. 

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