Trump tells Sean Hannity he's 'beyond seriously' considering running again in 2024 as he misses 'helping people'
DONALD Trump said he is "beyond seriously" considering running for president again in 2024 as he misses "helping people."
In an interview that aired on Monday night, Trump told Sean Hannity he's considering the move since he's more popular now than he was before the 2020 election.
"I am looking at it very seriously, beyond seriously," Trump said about a potential 2024 run.
"From a legal standpoint, I don't really want to talk about it yet."
When Hannity asked Trump what he missed the most about his time in office, he said it was the opportunity to "help people."
"I miss the most … helping people, because I can directly help people," Trump said.
"That's why I did it. This has been a very traumatic … I had a great life, great company, great business, no problems — and now all I do is people go after you … it's vicious, it's horrible.
"But you know what? I love doing it because I help people — and I've helped them more than any president," he added, before rattling off a list of his accomplishments.
The former president wouldn't confirm or deny whether he actually plans to try for the job again, but did tell Hannity that if Republicans want to win elections, they should run on his Make America Great Again agenda.
Trump also took the opportunity during the wide-ranging interview to slam President Joe Biden for what he called a "horrible situation" at the US-Mexico border that could "destroy" America.
The anchor asked Trump how dangerous the crisis is for the country and why he believed it was not being as heavily covered in the media.
"They're playing it down as much as they can play it down. It’s a horrible situation, could destroy our country," Trump said.
"People are pouring in. But you’ll see something as the months go by like you’ve never seen before.
"Already it’s like you’ve never seen before. There’s never been anything like what’s happened at our border," he continued.
"People are coming in by the tens of thousands. They’re walking in. They — we had — all they had to do was leave it alone."
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