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Donald Trump appeared to confirm a 2024 presidential run at the White House today.
Speaking to a crowd at the Christmas party on Tuesday in Washington DC, he said: "I'll see you in four years."
"It’s been an amazing four years. We are trying to do another four years. Otherwise, I’ll see you in four years," Politico reports Trump as saying.
His candid comments come just weeks after the billionaire businessman unofficially lost last month's election results to Democratic leader, Joe Biden – though it has not been declared.
Joe Biden is the presumed winner according to analysis of the vote, but states are yet to certify this officially.
Mr Trump has since insisted the election process was rigged and his legal team are alleging widespread voter fraud, though this has yet to be proven in court as various cases continue.
The latest comments are the first time he has publicly stated he would be running, however it is unclear whether he said it as a joke.
Last week, the current President appeared to have conceded without actually saying so as Joe Biden was given the go-ahead to transition into power in a tweet.
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In a tweet, Trump wrote that GSA Administrator Emily Murphy and her team should "do what needs to be done with regard to initial protocols, and have told my team to do the same."
His attack on the integrity of the US Election has focused largely on mail-in ballots, with his camp also saying that observers were prevented from entering various polling stations and were then made to stand a distance away from the ballot counting machines.
- Donald Trump
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