‘Strong possibility’ of Donald Trump running for President in 2024 says Nigel Farage

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “‘Strong possibility’ of Donald Trump running for President in 2024 says Nigel Farage” – below is their description.

    Nigel Farage speaks to The Telegraph’s Christoper Hope on ‘The Trump Card’ podcast about the storming of Capitol Hill, what next for Donald Trump and how President Trump risks being made a martyr if the Democrats try to impeach or silence him.

    Listen to the full interview on Chopper’s Politics at http://playpodca.st/Chopper

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