WASHINGTON – Calling the smoldering ruins of downtown Des Moines as a potential preview of 2024, expert studies on Thursday theorized that Donald Trump could test the waters for yet another presidential run by encouraging Iowans to burn the capital to the ground. “Although he has not yet formally announced that he intends to run, the fact that Trump took the stage, lifted a torch and demanded that the crowd sprint toward the Iowa Statehouse to set it on fire is certainly a hint,” said CNN analyst Chris Cillizza, adding that Trump sent out more sensors that day, confirming that voters were more than willing to rush the Iowa State Capitol, douse the building in gasoline, and throw a lit match to ignite the flame. “While some were unsure whether the former president had another campaign in him, he managed to mobilize tens of thousands of Iowaners to burn their state capital and dance in inferno. Honestly, if this is not a sign that he’s running in 2024, I do not know what is. In press time, Cillizza remarked that President Biden might want to be careful after pictures surfaced of Trump opening his fly and urinating on the wreck.
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