Trump, Other 2024 Hopefuls, Meet in Florida

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Top GOP contenders and contributors, including former President Trump are gathering this weekend in sunny Palm Beach, Florida, for a conference that will look ahead at the future of the party.

The next challenge Republicans are looking forward to is the midterm elections in 2022. But, beyond that, many are speculating if Trump will run again for president in 2024.

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Trump is one of the many high-profile republicans attending the donor’s retreat. Some of the other leaders attending include Gov. Kristi Noem (R-SD) and Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL), both of whom have been named as 2024 hopefuls.

This is the third time this year already the party has met at a conference like this one.

Trump, who has been living in the state of Florida since his exit from the White House, has still been the center of attention. Instead of relaxing on the Floridian beaches, he’s been interviewing with news outlets and even plotting his own social media company.

Some members of the Republican Party are shying away from Trump, saying that the party is bigger than just the Trump movement. Others believe Trump’s large following should be used again in 2024 to run again.

Over in Miami, Florida, another conference has already started. The Save America Summit, which includes speakers such as Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), is being hosted by Women for America First.

Florida has been a popular spot for all sorts of events since the coronavirus pandemic started because DeSantis has kept the Sunshine State wide open for normal activities.

The Republican Party has been broadly divided into two camps: those who want Trump to remain at the center of the party, and those that want to cast him aside. Well, Trump doesn’t seem to be going anywhere, as he remains prominent in media and at GOP events.