Trump predicts America will end before the 2024 election

‘In three years we’ll be out of land’: Trump predicts America will end before 2024 election

  • Former President Donald Trump predicted the US would be over before the next presidential election
  • “And we won’t have a country in three years, I can tell you that,” Trump told Sean Spicer on Newsmax Tuesday night, criticizing President Joe Biden.
  • The ex-president declined to say whether he would compete in the next presidential race, but strongly hinted that he would










Former President Donald Trump predicted the US would be over even before the next presidential election — in his latest dig at President Joe Biden.

“And our country has really gone downhill in the last eight months, like no one has ever seen before,” Trump told his former press secretary Sean Spicer, who called Spicer’s Newsmax show Tuesday night. “And in three years we won’t have any land left, I’ll tell you that.”

Trump continued to protest that the 2020 election had been “rigged” against him — mentioning 2022 and 2024 in the same breath.

Former President Donald Trump was doomed in a Tuesday night interview with former White House press secretary Sean Spicer, saying: ‘We won’t have a country in three years’ time.

Trump called his former press secretary Sean Spicer's Newsmax program 'Spicer & Co.'  Tuesday night, as the California recall race came to an end.  Trump put himself in the race but didn't say anything after his candidate lost heavily

Trump called his former press secretary Sean Spicer’s Newsmax program ‘Spicer & Co.’ Tuesday night, as the California recall race came to an end. Trump put himself in the race but didn’t say anything after his candidate lost heavily

“And you’re going to the elections coming up in ’22 and ’24 – we won’t have a country left. The election was rigged,” he told Spicer.

The ex-president declined to say whether he would compete in the next presidential race, but clearly hinted that he would.

“I probably won’t comment on that, but I’ll tell you I think you’ll be very happy Sean,” he told Spicer. “I think you and a lot of other people who love our country will be very happy.”

“I could make it fast, but that’s going to be complicated,” Trump noted of timing.

He previously said he wouldn’t announce it until he saw how Republicans performed during the 2022 midterms.

Trump knocked on President Joe Biden's job performance thus far, saying on Tuesday evening: 'Our country has really gone downhill in the past eight months, like no one has ever seen before'

Trump knocked on President Joe Biden’s job performance thus far, saying on Tuesday evening: ‘Our country has really gone downhill in the past eight months, like no one has ever seen before’

“But you’ll be very happy,” Trump said. “And this country is coming back.”

“We are a laughing stock around the world,” Trump added, pointing to Biden’s disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan and the ongoing wave of migrants crossing the US-Mexico border.

Trump spoke to Spicer during the closing hours of California’s recall elections — a race the ex-president got involved in by suggesting it would be “rigged” in favor of Democratic administration Gavin Newsom — who was favored in the polls and the eventual winner — and against Trump ally Larry Elder, a prominent conservative radio talk show host.

“However, the place is rigged in such a way that a man who can’t even bring water to his state, for which I got federal approval (that’s the hardest part), is likely to win,” Trump said in a statement Tuesday. about California’s water policy.

“It doesn’t matter anyway, because the California election has been completely manipulated. Many people already complain that when they go to vote, they are told “I’m sorry, you’ve already voted” (just like 2020, among many other things). They then leave angrily, but luckily even the Fake News Media reported it,” Trump continued.

The race was called less than an hour after the polls closed in the blue state, with Newsom ahead of several million votes.

On Wednesday, Trump’s Save America PAC sent out a number of articles that the former president wanted to highlight, but nothing about the result in California.

Elder, who looked like he might try to challenge the election, relented at his Tuesday night watch party in Orange County, California.

“Let’s be merciful in defeat,” he said as his audience chased Newsom out. “We may have lost the battle, but we are going to win the war.”

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