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Trump hints he will run in 2024

Former President Donald Trump is returning to Washington eighteen months after leaving office at the same time a House committee continues to meet to investigate his role in the Capitol insurrection,



insurrection, two people familiar with Trump’s plans say the former president is returning to Washington 18 months after he left office.

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This month, the America First Policy Institute, a non-profit think tank founded last year by former cabinet members and top officials in Trump’s administration, will host a two-day “America First Agenda Summit” where Trump will speak.

It begins July 25 with a keynote luncheon with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, who will be joined by a panel of experts on a variety of subjects, including energy, immigration, and the economy.


As soon as Trump arrives in Washington, DC, a special House committee will hold a televised hearing on Jan. 6, 2021, when Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol in an attempt to thwart the finalization of President Joe Biden’s victory.

To portray Trump as desperate to retain power and unconcerned about the potential violence sparked by his false claims of election fraud, the committee has relied on testimony from Republican officeholders and Trump aides.

Defiantly, Trump has been campaigning for Republican candidates across the country, holding rallies for them and teasing his next presidential run in 2024.

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