Why Trump’s 2024 Campaign Is Very Different

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(FeaturedNews.com) – Former President Donald Trump is starting to run a conventional campaign, by issuing a number of policy proposals within the past week. In the past week, Trump has also visited East Palestine, Ohio following the train derailment on Feb. 3 which led to a toxic chemical spill in the area and announced the hiring of senior staff that would lead his campaign in the first-caucus state of Iowa.

These moves are all quite different from the moves that Trump had made when he started his political career almost eight years before. Trump’s allies are particularly supportive of this change.

Michael Capito, a friend, and adviser of Trump have said that while people think they might know what they can expect from Trump, in reality, they don’t. He added that while they might recognize some of the tactics Trump uses, such as giving his opponents nicknames, people had not yet seen anything.

Caputo also noted that seasoned campaigners are also joining Trump from the very start of his campaign this time. These include senior adviser Susie Wiles, pollster Tony Fabrizio, and policy adviser Vince Haley.

Trump is also releasing more proposals regarding his plans which is not something he did during his 2016 campaign. The campaign policy ideas so far are all organized under the overall rubric of “Agenda47,” a reference to the fact that Trump, the 45th president, could become the 47th president if he won during the 2024 presidential election.

In the past month, he has also spoken about measures that could help reduce crime, as well as his plans for strengthening American energy instead of investing in environmental, social, and governance concerns.

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