President Trump continues to walk a very fine line in regard to whether he is going to run for president again in 2024.
During Trump’s rally in Georgia this weekend, he more or less hinted that the decision has been made.
According to Trump, as long as he does not get bad news from his doctor, his mind seems to be made up.
Only a Call Would Stop Him
While talking to the Georgia crowd, Trump was asked if there was a reason he would not run.
He responded, “Well, I guess a bad call from a doctor or something, right?
“I will say, that happens with people.”
He continued, “So things happen, through God, they happen.”
Trump then hit a familiar narrative from 2016, stating, “But you know, I feel so good, and I hate what’s happening to our country.”
Trump has to be very careful with these answers because he could find himself in trouble with the FEC.
Because he is fundraising without formally declaring, he is making use of the “test the waters” clause in election laws.
If he formally declares, this is the type of statement Democrats will use against him to call for an investigation into violation of campaign finance laws.
There have already been grumblings among liberal watchdog groups on this front.
To that point, the former president would be better served to stay mum on the subject and stop releasing teaser statements until he has formally made up his mind.
Source: New York Post