Trump claims US wont exist in three years as he teases announcement soon
Donald Trump has made his latest bizarre prediction as speculation continues to swirl over whether he’ll launch another bid for the White House.
The former president, who lost to Joe Biden in last year’s election and is known for his outlandish predictions, told an American right-wing TV network that “we’re not going to have a country left in three years”.
He made the claim during a call to his former press secretary Sean Spicer, who now hosts a show on Newsmax.
Trump said: “Our country has gone really downhill in the last eight months, like nobody's ever seen before.
“And we're not going to have a country left in three years, I'll tell you that.”
Trump is continuing to claim that last year’s vote was rigged – something he has continually said since even before the polls opened last November.
Although no evidence of widespread fraud has been uncovered – and even though his fellow Republicans in charge of elections in the key battleground states have confirmed that – Trump continues to insist that he was the real winner.
Investigations into the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol and Trump’s possible role in the uprising are ongoing, but he remains the darling of many Americans, and he regularly teases them about whether or not he will run again in 2024.
US presidents are allowed to serve two terms, and his first spell in the White House saw him complete only one, so would be allowed to serve another four years.
Asked by Spicer if he would put his name forward, Trump replied: “I will probably not comment on that, but I will tell you I think you will be very happy, Sean.
“I think you and a lot of other people that love our country are going to be very happy.
“I could make [the announcement] soon, but that gets complicated.”
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