Donald Trump is set to confirm he will be making his bid to return to the White House as Americans prepare to vote in the midterm elections. Polling suggests US voters have had enough of Joe Biden’s Democrat administration and now Mr Trump, who believes the election was stolen from him in 2020, is ready to formally confirm he wants to run in 2024.
Jason Miller, the founder of the social media platform GETTR and a close ally of Mr Trump, said the former President will launch his campaign in the next 24 hours.
In an exclusive interview with Express.co.uk, Mr Miller said: “I think an announcement is imminent.
“I will tell you from the things I am hearing, from the things I am being told in Mar-a-Lago, I think an announcement is imminent.
“I could very well see President Trump announcing this evening in Ohio.
“If it is not happening this evening then tomorrow on election day, or election evening when I will be with him in Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, then I think you will see an announcement.
“It is imminent. We are right at the brink of an announcement which could come tonight.”
Mr Miller, who was a key part of both the 2016 and 2020 campaigns for Mr Trump, said that polling has shown the former President’s brand of politics is winning huge support among US voters.
Trump-supporting Maga (Make America Great Again) candidates are set to lead the charge with the Democracy Institute poll for Express.co.uk indicating the Republicans will make huge gains to control both the House of Representatives and the Senate.
In the Senate, the GOP is predicted to secure at least 54 seats – but could get as many as 57 of the 100.
In the House, they could establish between 245 and 265 of the 435.
Mr Miller said: “These are big wins [predicted in the midterm elections] and it is also the type of Republican being elected.
“For those who are not familiar with it, that is much more of a populist approach, much more of an America first approach – both in regard to trade issues and national security issues.
“A bit different to the globalist Republicans of the past.”
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The polling figures are very strong for Mr Trump if he wants to make a comeback.
In the Democracy Institute polling for Express.co.uk, Asked who was better as President 56 percent say Trump and just 40 percent Biden.
In the potentialmatch-ups for the US Presidential election Trump also beats all the main candidates.
Against Mr Biden he wins by49 percent to 45 percent in a rerun of the 2020 election which he still disputes.
In a rerun of the 2016 election he would also convincingly beat Hillary Clinton by 49 percent to 43 percent.
But the worst candidate to run against him, according to polling, would be Vice President Kamala Harris, who some in 2020 were predicting would be the candidate in 2024.
If she ran against Trump he would easily win by 50 percent to 39 percent.