Talking on Sky News Australia’s “Outsiders” program Sunday morning Sydney time, former Trump marketing campaign supervisor and GETTR CEO Jason Miller predicted that Donald Trump will run once more in 2024, and presumably wouldn’t choose Florida Governor Ron de Santis as his working mate.
“I don’t think we’ll hear any sort of announcement until 2023, maybe late 2022”, Miller mentioned, revealing he had spoken to President Trump final Wednesday. “I don’t think he will be running against Joe Biden, though. I think he will be running against Kamala Harris, or, more likely, California governor Gavin Newsom.”
As as to if Ron de Santis can be Trump’s working mate, Miller mentioned, “I’ve had the opportunity to work with Governor de Santis before, and I don’t think Ron wants to be Vice-President. I think Ron wants to be President. He’s a young guy, he’s in his early 40s.”
Host Rowan Dean appeared inspired by this information: “So what you’re saying is Trump 2024, de Santis 2028 and 2032. Perfect. We’ve got 12 great years coming… You’ve given us all hope!”