Former president might seek White House again
History question for you: in more than two centuries, how many incumbent US presidents have lost an election, and then won the White House again afterwards?
The answer is one. His name was Grover Cleveland, and he died in 1908.
But nothing is stopping Mr Trump from seeking the presidency again in 2024. And if he were to reach that goal, it would be an incredibly rare achievement.
Here everything you need to know about that potential run.
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Absolutely. Under the US Constitution, anyone who is 35 or older, a natural born citizen of the country, and a resident for at least 14 years can run for president.
The 22nd Amendment limits presidents to two terms in office, but since Mr Trump has only served one term, that not an issue here.
What has to happen first?
Mr Trump would need to win the Republican Party presidential nomination.
The nominee is decided through a primary process. Whoever wants to represent the party campaigns for the nomination, and Republican voters choose the candidate they prefer.
At the moment, the polling is very clear: almost half of Republicans say they would choose Mr Trump. His nearest rival, former vice president Mike Pence, is stuck in the teens. If he does run, he will be the overwhelming favourite.
What has Trump said about running again?
Mr Trump has always liked to play coy about his future plans he big on building suspense but all indications are he leaning towards running.
Speaking to his daughter in law Lara Trump in March, Mr Trump said his supporters have hope that he seek the White House in 2024.
In an interview with Fox Business in late April, he said he was per cent thinking about running again May, he told talk show host Candace Owens he looked forward doing an announcement at the right time very early. But I think people are going to be very, very happy when I make a certain announcement, said Mr Trump, telling listeners to tuned June, reacting to Facebook decision to ban him until at least 2023, he said the company CEO Mark Zuckerberg would hermes idem belt replica
get no more cushy dinners time I in the White House there to be a time he obviously need to run again.
Who else will seek the Republican nomination?
If Mr Trump does indeed run, there every chance no one of note will oppose him. That what happened in 2020.
But he was an incumbent president at that point, and incumbents rarely get challenged for their party nomination. This time might be different.
So who are the potential contenders?
Mr Pence, who served as Mr Trump loyal vice president for four years, might have a go though he has fallen out of favour with many Republicans since he refused to unilaterally (and illegally) overturn Mr Trump defeat to Joe Biden.
How out of favour? Well, some of the rioters who stormed the Capitol on January 6 were heard chanting Mike Pence That gives you an idea.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis would be an immediate top tier candidate, having won admiration among Republicans for his handling of the coronavirus, which focused on keeping the state economy as open and unrestricted as possible.
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem was another leader sceptical of Covid restrictions, and she has a national profile.
On the more moderate side of the party, former South Carolina governor and United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley is often spoken of as a potential presidential candidate, though she has invited ridicule by repeatedly flip flopping on her support for Mr Trump.