Donald Trump has been rumoured he plans to run for the Republican nomination for the 2024 US Presidential election in 2024. On Monday, the former President told a crowd to wait for a “very big announcement” at his Florida residency of Mar-a-Lago on Tuesday 15 November hinting that he will kick off his campaign next week.
Mr Wotton began by asking the former UKIP and Brexit Party leader if he thought that Mr Trump would launch another bid for the White House.
Mr Farage argued that it was a certainty given the likely Republican gains in Tuesday’s mid term elections and the weak state of the US economy.
He said: “Oh I think it’s without doubt, Dan.
“I’ve said for a long time that I thought Trump would run again.
“I mean clearly if the results were deeply disappointing he might think about it again.
“You know it’s the mid terms it nearly always goes against the incumbent President.
“The only question here is not wither there’ll be a red wave but how big is it going to be?
“Do they finish up with 51 seats in the Senate or 54?
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“He will looks at all these things. No, Trump is going to run.
“He will announce this next Tuesday at Mar-a-Lago.”
Mr Farage went told Mr Wootton that the reason he was in Arizona where former television presenter Kari Lake was standing for the Republicans against Secretary of State of Arizona Katie Hobbs for the governorship.
He said: “And one of the reasons Dan that I’m in Arizona is I think Kari Lake I think she’s going to win the governorship here in Arizona.
“And I really wouldn’t be surprised if next Tuesday she wasn’t at Mar-a-Lago too and wasn’t announced as Trump’s vice presidential running mate.
“That is my guess as to what’s going to happen.”