Trump Calls Himself The ’45th And 47th’ President

Trump Calls Himself The '45th And 47th' President

On Wednesday, former President Donald Trump fueled the rumors – or even expectation – that he will run for the White House again in 2024, when he referred to himself as the “45th and 47th” president of the United States.

The video was originally shared on Instagram by Yeshiva World, an Orthodox Jewish online news outlet.

In the video, Trump is golfing with a group of people, before crushing a drive off the tee.

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Trump: ’45th and 47th!’

The video apparently shows Trump on his own Trump National golf course, as described by the individual who is recording, setting his tee before hitting a drive.

The person filming the video says, “First on tee, 45th President of the United States.”

Trump replies, “45th and 47th,” before hitting his drive.

His golfing partners cheer the drive and also the idea of Trump running for president again.

Once the ball went out of sight, Trump reminds his partner to keep the ball low, due to high winds.

To date, Trump’s offhand comment is one of the strongest he has given that he might run for the presidency again in 2024. 

As Trump continues to raise money for his Save America political action committee, he says he is legally prevented from saying whether or not he will run again.

But Trump has also said that his supporters will be very happy with his decision about his political future.

In an interview with Michael Savage, Trump responded to a question about his 2024 plans, “I can’t really because of campaign finance rules, regulations, very complicated, very stiff, and frankly very antiquated if you want to know the truth. It’s ridiculous.”

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Trump Leads GOP Field, Crushes Biden In Polls

When Fox News host Sean Hannity asked Trump if he had made up his mind about 2024, the former president replied with a simple, “Yes.”

In July 2021, Trump said that he had decided whether or not he would run again.

Trump has held a massive lead over other potential competitors for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination.

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A recent Harvard CAPS/Harris poll reported on by the The Hill showed Trump with 57 percent of support among Republican voters. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis came in at a far behind second place with 12 percent, followed by former Vice President Mike Pence at 11 percent.

Another Harvard poll shows Trump beating President Biden in a hypothetical rematch by a healthy margin, 46-40.

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