Trump Teases 2024 Presidential Run: 'We Just May Have To Do It Again'

Donald Trump teased a 2024 presidential run during a rally in Georgia, where he told attendees: "We just may have to do it again."

As Trump mentioned another possible presidential run during the "Save America" rally in Commerce on Saturday night, he also repeated false claims that the 2020 election was somehow stolen from him.

He told the crowd: "The truth is I ran twice, I won twice and I did much better the second time. And now we just may have to do it again."

The former president then lashed out at Democrats and President Joe Biden over the inflation crisis, the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war, and the bungled military withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Trump added: "Democrats are bad on the economy, they're horrible on inflation, they're terrible on the military, bad on taxes, bad on Ukraine. Should've never happened.

"And boy are they bad on getting out. We were all set to get out of Afghanistan with dignity and strength. Remember that disaster? You know, without that, you might not have seen Ukraine because I think Putin was watching and he said: 'Man, these people are incompetent.'

"The only thing they [Democrats] are good at is cheating on elections. They're experts at that."

But Biden and the Democrats were not the only targets Trump set his sights on during the rally. The former president also took aim at incumbent Republican Governor Brian Kemp.

Following the 2020 election, Trump urged Kemp and other Republicans in Georgia to overturn Biden's win in the traditionally red state.

He said: "If there's one thing the people of Georgia need to know about this race is that Brian Kemp, he sold you out. He didn't look, he didn't want to look. He didn't want anything to do with it."

In December, Trump endorsed Kemp's rival, former Georgia Republican Senator David Perdue who is challenging the incumbent for the governorship.

Perdue lost his reelection bid in a January 2021 runoff against Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff. He has since supported Trump in claiming, without evidence, that the 2020 presidential election was stolen.

Newsweek has contacted a Trump representative for comment.

Trump has previously teased a 2024 presidential campaign, with British politician Nigel Farage in a December interview aired on U.K. network GB News.

Farage asked Trump why he would "give up an amazing life" to reenter politics. In response, Trump said: "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."

Trump currently enjoys poll leads over Biden, including in Nevada, a state he lost in both 2020 and 2016.

Polling results released by BluePrint Polling on Friday said Trump was backed by 44.1 percent of likely voters, while Biden enjoyed the support of just 34.2 percent.

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Former U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during a Save America rally at the Banks County Dragway on March 26, 2022 in Commerce, Georgia. Donald Trump again teased a 2024 presidential run. Getty