When one President Trump just isn’t enough…
‘We just got a chance to witness, possibly, the 46th president of the United States.’
That’s “Fox & Friends” host Brian Kilmeade concluding interview on Tuesday morning with Donald Trump Jr., who was just coming off a campaign stop for his father in New Hampshire the night before.
Trump Jr. played down the idea of him following in the current president’s footsteps, saying his singular focus is on the 2020 reelection campaign.
“When you look at the accomplishments, the things that he’s been able to get done, the things he’s been able to get done despite unprecedented resistance… Right?” Trump Jr. said, referring to the elder Trump and 45th U.S. president. “Nothing but resistance… I love the direction that this country is going,”
Watch the full interview:
Of course, the notion of Trump Jr. heading to the White House is nothing new. In fact, GOP political strategist Rick Wilson a few months ago predicted in a Daily Beast op-ed that he’ll likely secure the Republican nomination in 2024.
“There are three 2024 scenarios that Republicans pretend they won’t face, but that represent the further decline and fall of a once-great party of conservative ideas,” he wrote. “First, the clues have been there all along that the real 2024 primary will be between Donald J. Trump, Jr. and everyone else.”