By John Kanelis / email@example.com
Donald John Trump said this today:
“I’m loving what I do and I’m loving the result that we’ve had and I think people will be very happy with my decision.”
The decision to which he refers is whether he runs for president in 2024.
I’ll concede that I will be happy only if he makes the correct decision.
That would include the following conclusions:
- I cannot be nominated by a Republican Party that has been decimated by my backstabbing, Twitter-loving messages.
- Prosecutors are going to indict me on allegations that I committed several crimes in at least two states.
- I already have lost two presidential election popular votes and I have embarrassed myself by declaring that the 2020 election was stolen from me because of rampant voter fraud.
- There was no rampant fraud.
Is he going to do any or all of that? Oh … probably not.
If he jumps into the 2024 campaign, which would surprise me to no end given the obstacles he must confront, then I won’t be “happy” with his decision.
If he stays out of the race, well, that would bring a smile to my face.