Donald Trump’s 2024 presidential odds are ‘explosive’ Piers Morgan interview set to air – World News

Donald Trump appears in a new interview with TV presenter and old friend Piers Morgan. Some bookies love the 44th president who will win a new term in 2024

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Former US President Donald Trump may run for re-election in 2024

Former US President Donald Trump is back in the headlines thanks to an upcoming interview with Piers Morgan.

The interview will be available on TalkTV and is conducted ahead of the launch of News UK, owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News International.

Morgan and Trump used to be close friends, but broke up after Trump was in office. The TV presenter described the 45th president as turning into a “monster”.

Bookmakers’ odds are in favor of Trump’s return to the White House, although he describes the rebels who stormed the Capitol building as part of the January 6, 2021 riots as “beautiful people.” “.

“We love you, you’re special,” Trump said at the time.

Shocking scenes show Trump supporters with Confederate flags, 4 dead and people repeating Trump’s false claims that the election was stolen in the chambers of the House.

Piers tweeted at the time: “President Trump’s shameful legacy will now be the confederate flag being hoisted inside the US Capitol for the first time. It didn’t happen even during his life. Civil War. Terrible.”

So can Trump really win another term?

Can Donald Trump win the next presidential election?

Donald Trump is the favorite to be president again



According to Ladbrokes, Donald Trump is currently the preferred person to replace Joe Biden in the 2024 presidential election, with odds of 3/1.

Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati said: “The latest odds suggest Donald Trump could be back in the White House soon.”

Current President Joe Biden is behind at 7/2 and this could indicate what is believed to be a close race in 2024.

A Wall Street Journal poll from March showed Trump and Biden 45% each in a hypothetical vote. The same poll found the sitting president was praised for his handling of the war in Ukraine, but voters continued to worry about inflation.

Many in the US and around the world will worry about the prospect of Trump returning to the White House, after he left under the cloud of the January 6 riots. He continued to argue the outcome of an election he lost despite having no clear evidence that he was right.

Comments about women, Muslims and immigrants also hampered his presidency – as well as his handling of the Covid pandemic – and he is the only president to be impeached twice.

The list of Ladbrokes odds for the winner of the next US presidential election is as follows:

  • Donald Trump – 3/1
  • Joe Biden – 7/2
  • Ron DeSantis – 6/1
  • Kamala Harris – 10/1
  • Mike Pence – 1/14
  • Nikki Haley – 20/1
  • Pete Buttigieg – 20/1

Will Donald Trump run for president in 2024?

Trump died under a cloud of death and riots in the Capitol building


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With donations continuing to be made to Trump’s political movement, it’s clear he will try to run for the election in 2024, despite acknowledging his health – the 45th president is now dead. 75 – could stop him from running for office.

He told the Washington Post: “You always have to talk about health. You look like you’re in good health, but tomorrow you get a letter from your doctor saying come see me again.”

However, he also added: “I don’t want to comment on racing, but I think a lot of people will be very happy with my decision.”

Biden, who is said to have told former president Barack Obama that he plans to run in 2024, said: “[In] Next election, I’ll be very lucky if I have that same man against me. “

It is more likely that Trump will be able to run as the Republican candidate as he is said to remain closely aligned with the party.

This may be what is keeping the odds high for the next favorite GOP candidate, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

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