Donald Trump just fired one warning shot that will turn 2024 upside down

Donald Trump continues to gear up for a 2024 re-election campaign.

But Trump had a major announcement for the Republican Party.

Now Donald Trump just fired one warning shot that will turn 2024 upside down.

Former Vice President Mike Pence recently told a crowd that he would not commit to supporting former President Donald Trump in 2024 because he had another candidate in mind.

“Well, there might be somebody else I’d prefer more,” Pence declared. “What I can tell you is, I have every confidence that the Republican Party is going to sort out leadership. All my focus has been on the Midterm elections and it will stay that way for the next 20 days.”

Mike Pence clearly had himself in mind.

Former Trump cabinet officials Mike Pompeo and Nikki Haley are also looking at running for President in 2024, even if Trump declared his intention to run for re-election.

In an interview on Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade’s radio show, Trump addressed the prospect of squaring off against his former administration underlings in a Republican Presidential Primary.

“Mr. President, when will you decide if you’re going to run in 2024? And how would you handle running against people in your cabinet like [Mike] Pompeo, Nikki Haley, Mike Pence?” Kilmeade asked Trump.

Trump responded that voters would reject Pence, Pompeo, and Haley as legitimate Presidential candidates because rank-and-file Republicans would view them as disloyal for challenging Trump.

“Well, many of them have said they would never run if I run,” Trump responded. “So, we’ll see whether or not that turns out to be true. I think it’d be very disloyal if they did [run], but that’s okay too. And the polls have me leading by 40, 50 points.”

Polls do show Trump starting a potential 2024 Presidential race as the Republican frontrunner.

And these same polls also show Pence, Pompeo, and Haley as registering low to mid single digit support.

Pence, Pompeo, and Haley are all identified with the establishment wing of the Republican Party.

That is a bad place to start any GOP Presidential primary.

Few consider those three legitimate Presidential prospects.

But in their own minds, they’ve each convinced themselves they are the one to lead the Republican Party into the future and sit behind the Resolute Desk.

Those dreams are likely to go down in embarrassing fashion should they actually run for President in 2024.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.