Trump plans to launch his next presidential campaign to coincide with Biden's inauguration

The American network, "NBC", quoted three sources, that the US President, Donald Trump, is planning to launch his presidential campaign for 2024, on the day the administration is handed over to the President-elect, Joe Biden, and indicated that Trump will not attend the handover ceremony.

People who spoke to the network stated that "preliminary preparations" are underway to launch the new Trump election campaign, and indicated that Trump may announce the event earlier, and that a final decision has not yet been reached.

But regardless of the announcement of the date for the new campaign, Trump is not expected to attend the inauguration of the president-elect, according to people familiar with the discussions, who have stated that the US president does not intend to send an invitation to Biden to visit the White House or even to phone him.

The network's sources indicated that Trump intends to launch his election campaign on the day of the presidential inauguration, because he launched his campaign for re-election on the same date in 2017.

Trump had told some of his advisers that he wanted to announce the 2024 campaign after the Electoral College meeting on December 14, according to the network's sources.

Trump's efforts continue to contest the results of the presidential elections, which are in Biden's favor, on charges of "fraud."

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