Trump Outlines His Strategy Should He Be Back in the White House By 2024

"Donald Trump" by Gage Skidmore

The Trump administration is in for a major overhaul if he wins the 2024 election. While the former president hasn’t officially stated that he’ll be on the presidential ballot, he hasn’t exactly denied the possibility either.

During this week’s interview with Thomas Klingenstein, Trump outlined some of the key strategies he’ll be employing once he’s back in the White House for his second, non-consecutive term.

“Donald Trump” by Gage Skidmore

What would Trump do differently if he wins his hypothetical 2024 presidential run?

Klingenstein reported that Trump’s main concern will be the American people above all else. Seeing the damage the Democrats have dealt over the past two years, it’ll certainly be an upgrade from Biden’s “strategy.”

Trump also added that his first term was nothing more than a “drill” to find the ideal personnel for his administration. He now knows who the right people for the job are, indicating he’ll be a bit more selective when appointing cabinet officials.

It’s also important to note that before his inauguration, Trump had previously been to Washington only 17 times in his life. With four years of executive experience under his belt, he’s likely to experience less warring with his own cabinet than he did during his first term in office.

Officials such as Jeff Sessions, James Mattis, and White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly were common targets of criticism from the former president, sometimes even during their time in office, and they won’t be making a comeback.

New personnel for the Trump administration

Another thing Trump will maneuver around is hiring personnel that will try to work directly against his “MAGA” agenda and narrative, as some did during his previous term.

While the Republican Party did reject some of Trump’s ideas at first, his power in the GOP has only grown since. Even though there are still some members that are vehemently against his “MAGA” vision, there may not be enough of them to stop him from turning it into a reality.

Trump will now have a solid selection of officials to choose from, with an entire pool of lawmakers and federal appointees that started their careers as Trump supporters, rather than some recycled George W. Bush idolizers.

Trump is currently leading in some 2024 polls.

His victory would make him the first US president since Grover Cleveland to serve two non-consecutive terms in office, which is quite the feat, considering he was practically chased out of the White House.

It’s still uncertain whether Trump will actually run in 2024. There’s still enough time for him to change his mind, but all of his recent appearances have included him alluding to the idea. If he follows through with it, the US might just get back on track.

This article appeared in The Record Daily and has been published here with permission.