Trump says he’s ‘looking forward to making Americans happy’ as he touts possible 2024 comeback

FORMER President Donald Trump again hinted at a possible 2024 presidential run, something he has done multiple times in the last few weeks.

Trump is also set to resume holding political rallies in the next few months, though specific dates have not yet been announced.

In a conversation with WABC Radio's Rita Cosby, Trump said his fans would be "very happy" about his future plans.

"I'm loving what I do, and I'm loving the results that we've had. I think people will be very happy with my decision," Trump said.

Cosby asked Trump twice if the current state of the country makes him want to run for president again, but he stopped short of answering her directly.

"I don't want to say that…but I will tell you I really, I love the results that we've had. I've done a great job for the American people. They understand that," Trump said.

The former president repeated his claim that the election was stolen from him, suggesting that Biden did not receive "anywhere near" as many votes as Trump did.

Results of the 2020 election from the Federal Election Commission show Trump received 74,216,154 votes to Biden's 81,268,924.

"We've done a real job, and I look forward to making people very happy," Trump repeated.

Trump previously hinted at a 2024 presidential run several times in an interview with Candace Owens.

There are some obstacles the former president could face if he throws his hat in the ring for 2024.

He is the subject of a banking and tax fraud probe by the Manhattan District Attorney's office.

He is also the subject of two investigations in Georgia after a taped phone call revealed he pressured Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to "find 11,780 votes" to win the state.

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Wallis is investigating Trump for charges including solicitation of election fraud, racketeering, and conspiracy.

The Georgia Secretary of State's Office is conducting its own investigation of the phone call.

Trump is also still banned from most social media platforms, prompting him to create a website to communicate with his supporters and fundraise.

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