In a recent NY Mag interview, released earlier today, President Donald Trump partially revealed his plans for 2024. The important bits of that interview is presented below.
Before reviewing Trump’s comments about his 2024 run, it’s prudent to frame who did this interview.
The NY Mag is owned by Vox Media, which received an equity investment from NBCUniversal, which is owned by Comcast Corporation, which The Vanguard Group and BlackRock Fund Advisors each have stakes in. This daisy-chain oligopolistic ownership is typical in today’s increasingly unipolar world—where the illusion of competition is only skin deep. The agenda of this cohorts of media organizations appears clear—attack anything that counters the globalist narrative.
Given this, if there is one man that is seen as a clear and present threat, it’s Donald J. Trump.
The liberal new world order behind the shadowy asset managers that own shares in MSNBC, CBS News, NBC News, ABC News, CNN, Fox—The Vanguard Group inc and BlackRock Fund Advisors—are at it again with another smear piece designed to reinforce the momentum of smear laid down over the past six years.
In the all too familier style of the liberal media since Trump walked down the escalator in 2016, The Intelligencer opened the piece by reminding their audience: “Trump was impeached twice, lost the 2020 election by 7,052,770 votes, is entangled in investigations by federal prosecutors (over the Capitol insurrection and over the mishandling of classified White House documents and over election interference) and the District of Columbia attorney general (over financial fraud at the Presidential Inaugural Committee) and the Manhattan district attorney (over financial fraud at the Trump Organization) and the New York State attorney general (over financial fraud at the Trump Organization) and the Westchester County district attorney (over financial fraud at the Trump Organization) and the Fulton County, Georgia, district attorney (over criminal election interference in Georgia) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (over rules violations in plans to take his social-media company public through a SPAC) and the House Select Committee on January 6 (whose hearings are the runaway TV-ratings hit of the summer), yet on Monday, July 11, he was in a fantastic mood.”
The piece is heavy-handed on opinion, with liberal heaps of TDS pervading almost every sentence.
Trump’s statements about 2024 are as follows.
“Look,” Trump said, “I feel very confident that, if I decide to run, I’ll win.”
Trump continues, “Well, in my own mind, I’ve already made that decision, so nothing factors in anymore. In my own mind, I’ve already made that decision.”
In the usual style of the yet-to-be recognized two-time US presidential race winner, Trump hinted at a lot without saying anything definitive—a master of hype.
“I would say my big decision will be whether I go before or after,” he said.
“You understand what that means?” Trump said to the NY Mag reporter.
The reporter, asking for clarity about what Trump was talking about, said “mid-terms.” At this point, Trump appeared to confirm the implication of the question, saying, “Do I go before or after? That will be my big decision.”
Trump then talks about polls, suggesting that if he didn’t run, it would influence other candidates to consider throwing their hats in the race.
“I just think that there are certain assets to before,” he said. “Let people know. I think a lot of people would not even run if I did that because, if you look at the polls, they don’t even register. Most of these people. And I think that you would actually have a backlash against them if they ran. People want me to run.”
Trump said he didn’t feel intimidated by Ron Desantis before he was cut off by the NY Mag reporter
“I don’t feel that,” he said, “I endorsed Ron, he was at 3, and as soon as I endorsed him, he went to first place, he was not gonna win, then —”
The reporter seems to ask Trump if he’s talking about competition for 2024.
“Yeah, no, I meant when he ran for governor, as you know, he was running and then he came to me for an endorsement because he was not, you know, he was at 3 percent.”
Trump continued about Desantis, “the race was over, and I think Ron knows that better than anybody. We have a good relationship, and, uhh, there may be some others soon, but that’s okay.”
At the end of the day, the NY Mag interview didn’t offer a lot more clarity, it merely confirmed what almost everyone believes—Trump will run in 2024.
The liberal media is so desperate to cut down Trump, that they recently said that they have no strategy for dealing with him in 2024.
Mark Leibovich said, an Americal journalist, told Meet The Press “Look we have no plan for this, except sitting around hoping [Trump] dies.”
Recall that Iran published a video depicting Trump’s assassination at the beginning of this year.
And of course, the J6 un-select committee is working overtime—and failing—to destroy Trump’s reputation.
If these signs are any indication, Trump and America Firsters will win by landslides in their respective elections.
Justin Deschamps is a writer, epistemologist, and researcher discussing a wide range of topics for the betterment of well-being in and through the enhanced capacity to think critically, discern wisely, and bravely expose corruption. He also writes for several influential online series and writes, produces, and hosts the show Into The Storm on Rise.tv.