Trump ‘has every intention’ to run again says Greg Swenson
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Chair of Republicans Overseas UK, Greg Swenson admitted that there is 'buyer's remorse' in the US over the election of Joe Biden as president last year. Mr Swenson is adamant that Donald Trump would see off the current president 'comfortably' if there were new elections tomorrow with Biden’s prospects looking increasingly bleak. He also feels that Biden's age could be a stumbling block ahead of the next elections in 2024, as the 46 th U.S President will turn 82 years of age then.
When asked whether Biden would run for re-election in 2024, Mr Swenson told GB News that it hinges on whether he feels he can triumph over his rivals.
Mr Swenson said: "I'd say right now he has every intention to run for president. And as long as he knows he can win or he has a great possibility of winning. But there are some issues about the age. That's something you'll have to think about at decision time.
"But there's buyer's remorse, there is no doubt about it. Independence, where Biden won pretty comfortably, have dropped amazingly.
"They are in their twenties and it's over-appalling which we all know, it's horrendous, it's the greatest strap from an inauguration to November or December of the first year.
An expert has said Americans are experiencing ‘buyer’s remorse’ under Biden’s presidency (Image: GETTY)
Mr Swenson claimed Donald Trump would ‘win comfortably’ if an election was held tomorrow (Image: GB News)
There's no doubt that there's buyer's remorse. I think people regret it, especially Independence.
And that's what swings elections. If the election were tomorrow, Trump would win comfortably, to say the least.
"But anyone would win comfortably because of Biden's performance."
Former US president Trump tore into his successor Biden's presidency, pointing out everything that has gone wrong so far in his 10-month presidentship.
Joe Biden shakes hands whilst not wearing a mask
Last month the controversial Trump laid Biden’s failures bare and asked his compatriots 'if they miss him' .
He was quoted as saying: "COVID is raging out of control, our supply chains are crashing with little product in our stores, we were humiliated in Afghanistan.
“Our Border is a complete disaster, gas prices and inflation are zooming upward. How's Biden doing?
“Do you miss me yet?”
Joe Biden’s cabinet (Image: EXPRESS)
Mr Trump always put his electoral loss down to 'voter fraud'.
Biden boasted over 7 million votes more to his name than the man he dislodged.
But with unexpected challenges tainting Biden's presidency, which is still in its embryonic stage, Trump is the favourite to win the 2024 presidential election.
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