Will former President Donald Trump become the House of Representatives Speaker in 2022, and get re-election in 2024 President?

On Monday (April 5), columnist Paul Bedard published an article in the “Washington Secret” that revealed an astonishing news: Trump has hopes of entering the U.S. House of Representatives.

At the same time, Bedard also introduced the current situation of Mike Pence, saying that Pence may also run for president in 2024.

He said: “It does not appear that former Vice President Mike Pence is in line to be the next head of the influential Heritage Foundation.”

“Allies told us that he may somehow be associated with the think tank over the next few years, but he’s not the “right fit” to replace outgoing President Kay C. James.”

“Pence is still eyeing a 2024 presidential bid in the meantime,” Bedard said.

Then Bader turned his focus to Donald Trump, pointing out that Trump’s huge support and goodwill among voters made him a suitable candidate for the Speaker of the US House of Representatives .

He asked: “What about former President Donald Trump?”

“He was their biggest fan during the Trump era, and they loved him back.”

Bedard went on to say: “Aides said that he is focused on electing friendly Republicans in the 2022 election.”

“And if it helps the GOP regain the majority, there is growing support for installing Trump as House speaker, allowed under House rules.”

The comments of pro-Trump candidates for Congress show that it is not impossible for Trump to serve as Speaker of the House of Representatives.

“The latest to join the campaign is Ed Martin, president of Phyllis Schlafly Eagles.

He told Bader: “I’m serious. We need Trump voters.”

“With the possibility of having Donald Trump as speaker, conservative voter turnout would be through the roof nationwide.”

A few days ago, Trump was accepting his daughter-in-law in an interview with Lara Trump. During the interview, Trump once again stated that he is open to participating in the 2024 US presidential election, and it is very likely.

From this perspective, it is not ruled out that Trump will firstly become the Speaker of the US House of Representatives in 2022, and then run for president again in 2024.

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