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Trump in 2024? For now, president’s hints are freezing GOP field.

President Donald Trump has yet to concede the 2020 election, but a long list of potential Republican hopefuls for 2024 is already forming – including President Trump himself.

Not since Teddy Roosevelt in 1912 has a former president actively run for another term after leaving the White House. But Mr. Trump, never a slave to convention, may well run again. He suggested as much Tuesday at a White House Christmas party.

“It’s been an amazing four years,” the president told his guests, according to a livestream viewed by reporters. “We are trying to do another

Keeping the media spotlightPost-Trump era starting

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