Talks of former U.S. President Donald Trump throwing his hat into the ring for the 2024 presidential election have appeared in the press in recent times.
When asked if Trump will run again, Haberman said he backed himself into a corner where he has to run, with the caveat that I don't know and that I could prove him wrong. See Also: Trump-Backed 'Pro Life' Georgia Senate Candidate Gets Slammed By Son After Reports Of Paying For Former Girlfriend's Abortion.
Why It's Important: Haberman said he believes that he needs the protections that running for president he thinks would give him in combating investigations he calls a 'witch hunt. Trump is facing multiple lawsuits and investigations, including the Department of Justice investigation into the Mar-a-Lago documents case, the New York Attorney's office lawsuit accusing him of financial fraud, the Georgia state investigation into electoral interference and the House Committee investigation into the Jan. 6 riots.
Haberman said that part of his identity is being a politician.
Haberman said she expects Trump to run for office in 2024. Haberman also raised the possibility that Trump won't stay through the course even if he declares his candidacy.