‘Trump would love to take out Biden and he also wants to get ahead of his rivals’ | Sarah Elliot

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‘He would love to take out Biden and he also wants to get ahead of his rivals.’

Spokeswoman for Republicans Overseas UK Sarah Elliot on rumours Donald Trump may declare his 2024 presidential candidacy as early as today.

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