Former President Donald Trump mentioned in an interview Friday that solely a “bad call from a doctor” a couple of medical situation would hold him from working within the subsequent presidential election.
Trump hasn’t declared that he’ll run once more, however he has dropped a number of hints.
Asked on “The Water Cooler,” a program on the conservative channel Real America’s Voice, what would stop him from working, Trump responded: “I guess a bad call from a doctor or something, right? You get that call, they say … ’Come on down here and see us because we had a bad report.’”
He added, “Things happen, through God, they happen. But I feel so good.”
Until Joe Biden, 78, was inaugurated, Trump, who’s now 75, was the oldest president ever in the beginning of his time period.
During a go to to a police precinct close to Trump Tower on the twentieth anniversary of 9/11, Trump was requested by one of many officers if he was going to run for president.
“Oh, that’s a tough question,” Trump teased, earlier than including, “Actually, it’s an easy question. I know what I’m going to do, but we’re not supposed to be talking about it yet. … But I think you’re going to be very happy.”
Trump mentioned that he was holding off on an announcement due to “campaign finance laws, which, frankly are ridiculous.” The longer Trump delays declaring that he’s a candidate, the longer he can proceed to fundraise whereas dodging contribution reporting necessities.
As for well being points, Trump revealed on “The Water Cooler” that he did “pretty much the opposite” of what Dr. Anthony Fauci, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, instructed him to do to fight COVID-19.
“He was there for like 40 years or something, right? He was part of the furniture,” Trump mentioned. “If you think about it, I really did pretty much the opposite of whatever he said.”
More than 400,000 Americans died of COVID-19 in the course of the Trump administration.
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