Donald Trump Teases 2024 Run: 'If You Love the Country, You Have No Choice'

Former President Donald Trump appeared to hint at a 2024 presidential campaign yet again in an interview set to to air on Wednesday.

A clip of Trump speaking with former British politician and Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage in an interview for UK network GB News was released on YouTube on Tuesday.

The former president has repeatedly teased another run at the White House, saying his supporters would be "very happy" when he eventually makes an announcement, and used similar language in the recent interview.

Farage, a former member of the European parliament, asked Trump why he would "give up an amazing life" and consider reentering politics, which Farage described as "absolute hell."

"If you love the country, you have no choice," Trump said.

"It's not a question ... this is a wonderful, beautiful life—but I like that too because I was helping people. That's why I did it," he said.

"And I think you'll be happy in the future, too," the former president added.

The full interview with Trump will air on Wednesday but his comments are similar to remarks he has made several times in the recent past.

In May, the former president said his supporters would be "very, very happy" when he makes "a certain announcement" and he has returned to such language many times, promising his supporters will be pleased by his decision.

Trump has suggested he could make an announcement after the 2022 midterm elections where he has endorsed several Republican candidates, though the first presidential primaries do not take place until early 2024.

Speaking to the Fox Business Network on November 26, Trump said he could win the GOP nomination easily and that other potential candidates could step aside for him.

"I think if I run, I'll get it," Trump said, citing his approval rating among Republicans.

"If I decide to run, I'll get it easily," he said, adding: "Most people said if I run, they won't run against me."

Recent polling has shown that Trump could defeat President Joe Biden in a hypothetical 2024 rematch, which comes as the Democratic president struggles with low approval ratings. A Rasmussen Reports/Pulse Opinion Research poll of likely voters conducted from November 22 to 23 showed the former president beating Biden with 45 percent to the president's 32 percent.

Separately, recent polling has been poor for Biden, with a Trafalgar Group poll conducted from from November 13 to November 16 finding that 54.2 percent of likely general voters blamed Biden for divisions among Americans.

As Trump continues to make unsubstantiated claims that his 2020 presidential election defeat was due to election fraud and irregularities, he remains the favored candidate for the GOP nomination among a majority of Republicans.

Trump Appears at CPAC in Dallas
Former US President Donald Trump pumps his fist as he walks off after speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas, Texas on July 11, 2021. Trump has again hinted at a 2024 White House run in a new interview. ANDY JACOBSOHN/AFP/Getty Images