The first few days of the Biden administration and a flurry of executive orders that have the potential to cause major societal problems are an early indication that good old Joe from Scranton will be a one-term president.
Biden’s blitzkrieg to roll back former president Donald J. Trump’s America First agenda could open the door to another term for the man who received 74 million votes only to be cheated out of reelection in several Democrat-controlled states.
If he is able to survive an upcoming Senate trial designed to convict him and bar him from holding future political office, Trump would be in a great position to emerge as Biden’s top critic as America gets crushed under the Democrats’ far-left policies.
One who is predicting that Trump could retake the White House in 2024 is Steve Bannon, the former chief strategist who just received a presidential pardon that spared him from the vicious political persecution that other allies of the now-former POTUS suffered.
Bannon made his call on the inauguration day edition of War Room: Pandemic.
— One America News (@OANN) January 21, 2021
Via The Washington Examiner, “Freshly pardoned Bannon declares Trump will take back White House in 2024”:
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon proclaimed former President Donald Trump’s bid for the White House in 2024 has already begun.
Hours after receiving an 11th-hour pardon from Trump, Bannon threw down the gauntlet on his show, War Room: Pandemic, ahead of now-President Biden’s inauguration.
“President Trump is going to take the White House back in 2024, and that starts today,” he said Wednesday morning. “And it starts with this show, and I don’t care if they don’t like it. I don’t care if the mainstream media doesn’t like it. I don’t care if the Democratic Party doesn’t like it, I don’t care if the state oligarch apparatus doesn’t like it. We’re going to put it in your grill every day.”
He briefly mentions it in this video below:
The former Breitbart News executive chairman correctly recognized Trump’s patriotic appeal and pro-American populism in 2016 and is a man who has his finger on the nation’s political pulse.
Biden’s early actions on amnesty for illegal immigrants is a signal of the open borders stance that his administration will take in order to appease Latino activist organizations as well as corporations seeking to suppress American wages.
Additionally, the cancelation of the Keystone XL pipeline and the coming fracking ban will lead to an untold number of lost jobs in the energy industry and related professions that will further decimate areas already hit hard by Democrat lockdowns.
Biden has also already admitted that despite his campaign promises to the contrary, he has no plan to mitigate the coronavirus pandemic that has been attributed to over 400 thousand deaths and millions of lost jobs.
As for Trump, in his first remarks since departing from the swamp for the balmy climate of South Florida, he indicated that America hasn’t heard the last from him.
EXCLUSIVE: “We’ll do something, but not just yet,” Trump tells the Washington Examiner about his plans for life after the White House as he dines with friends at his golf club. https://t.co/5rtNiB4Tze
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) January 22, 2021
Former President Donald Trump gave nothing away about his plans for life after the White House as he dined with friends at his golf club on Friday.
“We’ll do something, but not just yet,” he told the Washington Examiner as he sat at his regular table in the Grill Room of the Trump International Golf Club. An aide to the former chief executive then swooped in and swiftly, but politely, ended the interaction.
Those marked his first words to a journalist since he left the White House on Wednesday and flew to Florida.
For now, Trump will just enjoy the sun and a well-deserved period of rest at Mar-a-Lago and on the golf course while Biden self-destructs, and many who voted for him develop a serious case of buyer’s remorse.