Trump confirms to run for presidency in 2024

President Donald Trump speaking in the Diplomatic Room of the White House. | Photo: Getty Images.

Washington, D.C, United States – Donald Trump publicly announces that he is planning to run for presidency again in 2024 while he has still not formally conceded his loss in the 2020 precedential elections.

At the Christmas Party that was held in the White House on Tuesday, Trump told the crowd that,  “I’ll see you in four years.”

It’s been an amazing four years. We are trying to do another four years. Otherwise, I’ll see you in four years.

Trump stated at the White House Christmas Party .

The White House party was attended by dozens of people, mostly of the Republican National Committee, who cheered on to the announcement of Trump.

While the United States is the worst Covid-19 affected country in the world with millions of confirmed cases, the party held at the White House was not in accordance to the guidelines instructed by the World Health Organization.

The videos from the White House party showed that majority of the attendees were not wearing masks and audible coughing was noticed in the video as well. Along with this, the people were also not social distancing and were considerably close to one another.

While Trump announced that he will be running for the 2024 elections, Trump is still continuing with his claims that there has been fraud in the 2020 elections.

After Joe Biden was announced as the president-elect, Trump went on to obnoxiously claim that there has been voter fraud and that he will not concede although majority of democrat supporters continue to demand him to concede.

Despite the evident loss, Trump, along with his son, Eric Trump and his daughter, Ivanka Trump continues to fill the social media with claims that he did not lose the elections and that there has been fraud especially in Georgia, Pennsylvania, Arizona and Michigan. As a part of this, Trump has also filed several lawsuits for a recount in some of the states in America.

It’s certainly an unusual year. We won an election. But they don’t like that.

Trump stated.

On November 07, Joe Biden won majority of the electoral college votes as he flipped PA and Wisconsin. He was also ahead 5 million votes in popular vote, as Biden got a record 77.5 million votes. He secured 306 electoral college votes while Trump only got 232.

While Trump is busy with the claims that he has no proof of, Joe Biden prepares for his new administration that is expected to be inaugurated on January 20, 2021.