Republican political strategist Rick Wilson predicted on Thursday at thedailybeast entitled "2024 election horror" that Donald Trump Jr. will run for white house in 2024 presidential election and is very likely to secure the party.
Although Donald Trump Jr. did not made any comment regarding this. Instead of that headlined by Trump Jr. of Thursday Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin's re-election bid together with his spouse Kimberly Guilfoyle in the Appalachian Wireless Arena of Pikeville. According the, to WFPL Event's organizers had to ask “the viewer to move from the seats and Closer to the point".
Remember the Bush family
The talk has high probability to see him in the office because late George W Bush followed in his dad's footsteps and Don Jr's Participation in the midterm elections campaign makes clear that he has aspirations, now, let’s see how far he will go.
"There are three 2024 scenarios that Republicans pretending they won't face, but that represent the further decline and fall of a once-great party of conservative ideas," Wilson wrote. "First, the clues have been there all along that the real 2024 primary will be between Donald J. Trump, Jr. and everyone else."
"It's becoming more obvious by the day," he said.
Trump Jr. — who's currently serving as a trustee and executive vice president for the Trump Organization — has been "on the road doing fundraisers and political events for the Republican candidates," Wilson noted, as a signal that he's considering a future run for the White House.
The president's son is also a Fox & Friends favorite and his book, Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us, is coming out soon, the GOP strategist continued.
"He is fluent in the language of whining, dickish grievance-mongering, which has replaced modern conservatism," Wilson said. "Whether the GOP wannabe 2024 field knows it or not, it's DJTJ's opening shot for the 2024 nomination."
GOP 2024 nomination
He then suggested that Trump Jr. may have an even greater chance of the GOP 2024 nomination if his father loses his 2020 reelection bid. "Every single one of these candidates will spend the year before the election posturing and posing as the sole heir to Donald Trump's legacy," he added.