During a Monday evening rally in Ohio, former President Trump declared he plans to make a “big announcement” next Tuesday.
“I’m going to be making a very big announcement on Tuesday, Nov. 15, at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Fla.,” Trump said toward the end of a rally near Dayton, Ohio, where he was campaigning for a host of candidates in the state, including Republican Senate candidate J.D. Vance, the night before the midterm elections.
“We want nothing to distract from the importance of tomorrow,” Trump said.
Previous reports indicated Trump was eyeing Nov.14th as the potential date he would make his presidential campaign announcement.
Trump’s latest message comes amid heightened anticipation that he’s planning to announce his third presidential campaign after Republicans re-take control of Congress.
Advisers in Trump’s inner circle have expressed their expectation that Trump wait to make the announcement until after the midterms but some early rumors indicated Trump strongly considered breaking the news Monday night while campaigning for Ohio Republican candidate J.D Vance.
Last week, Kellyanne Conway discussed Trump’s 2024 plans. (READ NEXT: Kellyanne Conway Drops Major Hint on Trump’s Impending 2024 Announcement)