Donald Trump has revealed his plan to seek a third term. During a campaign event in Minden, Nevada, Trump suggested that he would pursue the 2024 elections, echoing the same remarks he had given during a rally in Oshkosh, Wisconsin in August.

“Fifty-two days from now we’re going to win Nevada, and we’re gonna win four more years in the White House,” he said. “And then after that, we’ll negotiate, right? Because we’re probably—based on the way we were treated—we are probably entitled to another four after that,” he added.

Last month in Wisconsin, Donald Trump also told his supporters that they should “get a redo of four years,” revealing his intention to serve for another four years if he wins in the November elections. “We are going to win four more years, and then after that, we’ll go for another four years because they spied on my campaign,” he said.

While Trump eventually said his remarks were a joke, critics were quick to condemn his statements, with some stating that being in office for three terms would be outside of the constitutional limits. The 22nd Amendment states that no person should be elected to the office of the President more than twice.

Meanwhile, Trump also described his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, as the “worst candidate” during the Nevada event. The president also called Biden “sleepy Joe,” saying he “doesn’t know he is alive.”

Trump also compared Biden to Winston Churchill, whom he previously expressed admiration for. Describing Churchill as a great debater, Trump revealed that a debate was coming up in three weeks and sarcastically said people would say it’s the single greatest debate ever once Biden gets off the stage.

“Winston Churchill was nothing compared to Sleepy Joe,” he said.

Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden also did not escape Trump’s attacks. In his speech, Trump claimed that his political rival was only using his son as an excuse “to get the super libs in there.” He went on to take a swipe at Biden on Twitter, where Trump claimed that Biden had been “terrible to Hispanics” for all the 47 years he had been in politics.

Trump "The ban on H-1B visas, which are often used to fill very niche positions that are not easily found in the American workforce, will ultimately prove to be counterproductive and is an example of using a nuclear bomb to address a bar fight," said Leon Fresco, a former deputy assistant attorney general in the Obama administration who now represents H-1B workers. Photo by History in HD on Unsplash