Trump sends a signal to supporters during the first interview that he will run for president again in 2024

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Donald Trump has indicated that he will run for president again in 2024 in his first on-camera interview since leaving the White House.

The 45th president was asked by daughter-in-law Lara Lea Trump if his supporters could hope for his flight again and he replied, ‘You have hope, I can tell you, you have hope. We love our country, this country, we all owe our country a lot, but now we have to help our country. ‘

During the 20-minute interview, Trump talked about Joe Biden who fell on the stairs to Air Force One, how dull Twitter had become without him, and how the awake crowd had canceled Dr. Seuss and the ‘destruction’ of American culture on foreign opponents, including China.

It was the 74-year-old’s first on-screen interview since losing to Biden in the general election, leaving DC under the cloud of the deadly Capitol Hill riot after claiming the vote was rigged.

Trump opened the chat by digging through Biden’s first two months in power after being asked about the 78-year-old’s debut press conference at the White House – a record that broke 65 days after taking office.

“Well, I think the press conference is probably the least,” Trump told his daughter-in-law. ‘People saw a lot of things happening long before the press conference – and even going up and down the stairs, three times – a lot of things happening, so we’ll see what happens.

“I hope he’s in good shape, I hope he’s okay for the sake of the country.”

Donald Trump sat down with his daughter-in-law Lara Lea, Eric's wife, for his first on-camera interview since leaving office

Donald Trump sat down with his daughter-in-law Lara Lea, Eric’s wife, for his first on-camera interview since leaving office

During the 20-minute interview, Trump talked about Joe Biden falling on the stairs to Air Force One, how dull Twitter had become without him, and how the awakened crowd's Dr Seuss's cancellation made the US look absurd to his foreigner. opponents, including China.  It was the 74-year-old's first on-screen interview since losing to Biden in the general election, leaving DC under the cloud of the deadly Capitol Hill riot after claiming the vote was rigged.

During the 20-minute interview, Trump talked about Joe Biden falling on the stairs to Air Force One, how dull Twitter had become without him, and how the awakened crowd's Dr Seuss's cancellation made the US look absurd to his foreigner. opponents, including China.  It was the 74-year-old's first on-screen interview since losing to Biden in the general election, leaving DC under the cloud of the deadly Capitol Hill riot after claiming the vote was rigged.

During the 20-minute interview, Trump talked about Joe Biden falling on the stairs to Air Force One, how dull Twitter had become without him, and how the awakened crowd’s Dr Seuss’s cancellation made the US look absurd to his foreigner. opponents, including China. It was the 74-year-old’s first on-screen interview since losing to Biden in the general election, leaving DC under the cloud of the deadly Capitol Hill riot after claiming the vote was rigged.

Trump told daughter-in-law the awakened crowd was trying to 'destroy' American culture, which would delight China

Trump told daughter-in-law the awakened crowd was trying to 'destroy' American culture, which would delight China

Trump told daughter-in-law the awakened crowd was trying to ‘destroy’ American culture, which would delight China

Trump later complained about the media coverage of walking “ inch by inch ” down a slope at West Point, compared to the repressed coverage of Biden’s fall.

‘But they covered that for weeks, and this man falls three times, he couldn’t get up, the third time he didn’t know where he was.

And it wasn’t on the evening news, except for a few networks, but it wasn’t ABC, CBS, NBC I don’t think, and it got almost no coverage. It’s unbelievable. ‘

Trump said it was a “sad situation” because “we no longer have freedom of the press.”

He also referred to how Hunter Biden was not brought up in the media during the campaign because that topic had been “ canceled. ”

During the campaign, the contents of an old laptop belonging to the president’s son came to the fore with video and images of him having sex and using drugs.

It was dismissed by Biden supporters – and the pro-democracy press – because it was handed over to Trump’s campaign by Russians without any supporting evidence.

“ When they didn’t show that during the campaign, it was really the beginning for me because it was bad, it has been bad for a long time, ” Trump said.

The president claimed that subsequent polls had shown it would have made a ten-point difference in the election had the story not been quelled.

He spoke of a ‘new phase’ in the cancellation culture in which the news media refuse to cover certain topics for political reasons.

Trump later continued on this “ waking left ” theme, saying it was an embarrassment to the United States for harming its international reputation.

‘I think she is [America’s allies and adversaries] can’t believe what’s happening, ”the president said.

“ Can you imagine China looking at us and they are talking about Dr. Seuss and that was the most important thing of the day – but it goes beyond Seuss, they want to tear down monuments to heroes, they want to erase our history.

‘Whether it’s good or bad, you learn from it, you have to learn from history and some are bad and some are good. I would say most of it is good.

‘But they want to erase our past and what you have is you don’t have much land left.

‘I think China is very happy now and I think Russia and many other countries are very happy. They look what’s going on and don’t believe it. ‘

The president then lost his balance and fell to his knees on the carpeted staircase

The president then lost his balance and fell to his knees on the carpeted staircase

The president then lost his balance and fell to his knees on the carpeted staircase

The president then lost his balance and fell to his knees on the carpeted staircase

The president then lost his balance and fell to his knees on the carpeted staircase

Donald Trump Jr.  said it was 'no wonder' that the US was attacked by 'enemies' Russia and China when Biden's health was at stake

Donald Trump Jr.  said it was 'no wonder' that the US was attacked by 'enemies' Russia and China when Biden's health was at stake

Donald Trump Jr. said it was ‘no wonder’ that the US was attacked by ‘enemies’ Russia and China when Biden’s health was at stake

Trump said the social media giants were also embroiled in this awakened culture, telling Lara, “Twitter has become very boring, a lot of people are leaving Twitter.”

He was referring to the possibility, discussed earlier, of starting a new social media platform.

“So I think there’s room for something and I’m bringing a lot of people, so we’ll see,” Trump said.

He added that he “loved how his team was now publishing press releases that he described as an” elegant “solution.

Trump was kicked off Twitter, Facebook, and a host of other social media sites in the wake of the Capitol siege.

The former president thrust through Biden’s first two months in office, claiming that the Democrat has put in place a socialist policy that would make even Bernie Sanders blush.

He said, ‘The things that [Biden] said – and whether we’re debating it or whether he was just making statements – all those things are not what he does.

[The agenda] is more liberal, more radical than Bernie Sanders ever had in mind. Bernie couldn’t be happier, but this is something Bernie would never have suggested, he never talked about what he’s doing to destroy energy and the Second Amendment. ‘

Trump said, “All the things he does – raise taxes to the highest levels in history – those weren’t at all things discussed in the election.”

Trump said he had rebuilt the US military to its strongest level ever, made the biggest tax cuts, and cut regulations to the lowest in years.

But he warned that ‘this will erode everything’ because of the green agenda that the Democrats want to push.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey testified before Congress last week.  Trump said Dorsey's platform would have become 'boring' without him

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey testified before Congress last week.  Trump said Dorsey's platform would have become 'boring' without him

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey testified before Congress last week. Trump said Dorsey’s platform would have become ‘boring’ without him