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Trump Announces 2024 Run Canceled?


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According to Anthony Scaramucci, a former White House communications director during the Trump administration, he expressed his belief on Monday that Donald Trump is feeling “stressed” due to the indictment and went on to predict that Trump will ultimately withdraw from the 2024 White House race.

In transcript provided by The Hill, Scaramucci explained, “I know President Trump’s personality reasonably well. Remember, it wasn’t just 11 days for me; it was 71 campaign stops and a full year’s worth of work. He does not like this. He is stressed about it.”

Following his brief tenure of only 11 days in July 2017, Anthony Scaramucci was dismissed from his White House position by the former president. Since then, he has emerged as a vocal critic of Trump and publicly declared his support for former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie in the 2024 election.

Although Trump has made it clear that he intends to continue his campaign, Scaramucci confidently predicted that the former president would eventually withdraw from the race.


Scaramucci went on to say, “I am going to say something contrarian on your show. I think he ends up eventually dropping out of the race.”

“And I think he ends up coming up with some type of Spiro Agnew-like plea where he’s out, doesn’t go to jail,” he added. “Something happens to him, but not too significant.” 

In 1973, former Vice President Spiro Agnew resigned from his position in a scandalous manner. He pleaded no contest to tax evasion charges and, in exchange, had political corruption charges dropped. Agnew faced consequences such as a fine, probation, and disbarment but did not serve any time in jail.

Scaramucci further expressed his opinion, stating, “I don’t think he makes it to the Iowa caucus.” This viewpoint goes against Trump’s assertion that he intends to stay in the race until the very end.

Despite facing a second indictment, Trump has displayed a defiant stance, affirming that he has no intentions of exiting the race, even if convicted.