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White House chief of staff: If Trump goes to the 2024 election, I don’t want to “assess or underestimate” him

The case of Mr. Trump and his team members accused of "inciting violence" has created a new dynamic

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May 10 2021 While President Biden may seek re-election in 2024, the Biden administration expects a tight general election showdown if President Donald Trump decides to run again, CNN reported.

“If Donald Trump chooses to run, I don’t want to assess or underestimate his standing as an opponent.” “Mike, my experience is that the current president is judged on their past performance,” Klein told host Mike Allen in an interview scheduled to air On The 9th.

“Former President Trump’s record in 2020 is poor. If President Biden runs for re-election in 2024, he is expected to set a strong record.

Biden told reporters at a news conference in March that he plans to run again in 2024.

“That’s what I expect.” He said, then added: “I am a man of respect for fate. I never set a plan four and a half years or three and a half years in advance. ”

Mr. Trump, who has yet to acknowledge that the 2020 U.S. presidential election results are legitimate, told Daily Wire last week: “When I announce something, people are very happy. ”

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