Donald Trump has yet to officially announce his potential 2024 presidential run, but he certainly has been dropping a great number of hints about his potential plans.
For starters, Trump has suggested that being possibly indicted by the DOJ wouldn’t prevent him from announcing another bid in 2024 is a sure sign that he’s at least considering all of his options . And his burgeoning beef with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis over the Sunshine State lawmaker’s rumored candidacy seems to be yet another indication that Trump wants the spotlight once again.
And then there are the renovations to “Trump Force One” – the former President’s 2016 campaign aircraft.
Donald Trump’s prized Boeing 757 private jet is finally back in action.
Aircraft tracking website ADS-B Exchange showed the plane — dubbed “Trump Force One” — flew from Louisiana to West Palm Beach, Florida on Wednesday. That’s near to Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort.Trending:
The former president’s personal plane has returned to Florida after a two-year sit at Stewart International Airport in New York, and nearly one year of refurbishment in Louisiana.
The renovation was a rather large undertaking.
Aircraft refinishing company Landlocked Aviation painted the plane, with company president Tyson Grenzebach telling local news outlet 7News the work took 40 people and about a month to complete.
With a sleek new look, Trump’s private jet is already being put to work, having flown to Corpus Christi, Texas, over the weekend, per ADS-B Exchange.
Trump is likely going to abstain from officially declaring his candidacy until after the 2022 midterm elections, hoping to avoid giving the Democrats another target to use in their congressional campaigns.