Donald Trump left allies speechless with this plan to concede the 2020 election

Donald Trump is still contesting the 2020 election alleging widespread voter fraud.

The President is mounting legal challenges in several states.

But now Donald Trump left allies speechless with this plan to concede the 2020 election.

Democrats and the Fake News Media are both pressuring Donald Trump and his Republican allies to admit defeat and acknowledge Joe Biden as the rightful winner of the 2020 election.

The President and other Republicans will not even consider that until all the votes are counted, certified, and the allegations of fraud are addressed.

President Trump has no plans to concede the race, but has told allies that in the event Joe Biden is certified the winner, he will say that he does not believe the results of the election were fair but he will respect them.

But then came the bombshell: President Trump told allies he is planning to run for President again in 2024.

The Washington Post exclusively reported:

Still, Trump has indicated in some of these conversations that he understands Biden will take over the presidency on Jan. 20, Inauguration Day. Rather than talking about a second term, Trump has been matter-of-factly discussing a possible 2024 campaign — an indication that he knows his time as president is coming to an end, at least for now.

“I’m just going to run in 2024. I’m just going to run again,” Trump has been saying, according to a senior administration official who has spoken with him this week.

Grover Cleveland is the only President to serve two nonconsecutive terms.

Donald Trump forged his political career on shattering the Washington, D.C. “business as usual” standard operating procedure.

And it would not surprise anyone to see Donald Trump mount another Presidential campaign in 2024 if things do not go his way in the recounts.

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