Donald Trump signals at Iowa rally that he intends to run in 2024, teases that his campaign slogan will be 'Make America Great Again, Again'

Former President Donald Trump addresses supporters at a rally held at the Iowa State Fairgrounds, October 9, 2021, Des Moines, Iowa. Scott Olson/Getty Images
On Saturday, former President Donald Trump held a rally in Des Moines (Iowa) that was campaign-style.

He made the most clear signal that he will run for office in 2024, hinting at a new slogan.

Trump stated to his supporters that the slogan was "Make America Great Again Again, Again."

On Saturday, former President Donald Trump visited Iowa for a rally in campaign style at the Iowa State Fairgrounds.

The former president spoke to thousands of people and gave his strongest signal yet that he plans to run for office in 2024.

Trump teased a potential slogan for his future campaign, even though he has not yet officially declared his candidacy.

He said to the crowd, "Make America Great Again Again, Again." "Because it's what we did."

This is the ex-president's 2016 campaign slogan "Make America Great Again," often displayed on his iconic red hats.

He said that the new slogan is not his 2020 slogan "Keep America Great," as "America isn't great now."

Trump has often hinted at a 2024 run for the presidency, but he has yet to officially declare his candidacy.

C-SPAN was criticized for reporting the Iowa rally as "campaign2024", despite the fact that the former president did not announce his candidacy, Newsweek reported.

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