Trump Tweets ‘Trump 2024’ Sign Hinting at Serving a Third Term and Twitter is Livid

Donald Trump tweeted a meme on Tuesday night that showed a campaign sign emblazoned with a “Trump 2024” slogan on it.

“Keep America Great!” is also written on the sign, which is decorated in the Trump campaign’s usual white and red colors.

Eight more years of Trump? A nightmare! Also illegal according to the Constitution.

The tweet, which did not include a message or any text, is the third time in two days that Trump has hinted he may want to extend his presidency beyond two terms.

Presidents are limited to two elected terms by the 22nd Amendment, which was ratified in the 1950s. Under the law, they are allowed to serve, at most, two years of another president’s term for a total of 10 years.

Speaking to reporters Monday alongside FIFA president Gianni Infantino, Trump joked he would have to extend his term until the World Cup is played in North America in 2026.

“Gianni, we’re going to have to extend my second term because 2026 — I’m going to have to extend it for a couple of years,” he said.

“I don’t think any of you would have a problem with that,” he said, referring to the White House press corps.

During a campaign rally in North Carolina on Monday, Trump said, “We may have to go for an extra term,” after mentioning the 2026 soccer contest.

He then addressed the media, adding, “I’m only kidding.”

In his tweet Tuesday night, it was not clear if Trump was suggesting that he would run in 2024 if he did not win re-election in 2020. Or perhaps it could be referring to Don Jr.?

Regardless, Twitter was sickened:


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