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Former President Donald Trump was counseled by his advisors to hold off his 2024 presidential run announcement amid disappointing results for the Republican Party during the midterm elections. Trump had hoped the midterm results would piggyback his future run for candidacy. This would be a sign that means the voters' favor for him still remains strong throughout the government.

However, the Party did not seem satisfied with the election so far, thus begging the question if the former president was as influential as he used to be and if his potential rival, Ron DeSantis, would unseat him as the Party’s new presidential candidate.

According to AP News, Trump’s allies called on him to delay his big announcement, as the party needs to focus on the hotly contested state of Georgia where former football player and Trump-backed senatorial candidate Herschel Walker struggles to unseat Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock.

Former Trump adviser Jason Miller, while at the Mar-a-Lago club with the former President, urged Trump to hold off his announcement until Georgia can be secured, remarking that the state needed to be the Party’s top priority.

Despite endorsing over 300 candidates, some were considered inexperienced and deeply flawed by critics. Not all were completely on board with many of Trump's plans and views, including his allegations that the 2020 elections results were sabotaged.

Trump did have some big wins in Ohio on Tuesday as his senatorial pick, JD Vance had won after the former President’s endorsement paved the way to victory in a crowded primary pack. However, Trump experienced a supposedly crushing defeat in Pennsylvania after Dr. Mehmet Oz, his pick for senate candidacy who narrowly won the primary, lost to Democrat John Fetterman. Trump had also lost governors in the races in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Maryland, and another senate race in New Hampshire.

Reports from sources claim the former president was infuriated by the midterm results, despite his social media post implying the exact opposite, as he hailed the results to be a win and a “great victory”. The source continued on to say that Trump had been “blaming everyone except himself” for the result, including his allies and Fox News host Sean Hannity. The source said that the results were better than expected for the Democratic Party.

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Former President Donald Trump speaks on May 28, 2022 in Casper, Wyoming. The rally is being held to support Harriet Hageman, Rep. Liz Cheneys primary challenger in Wyoming. Photo by Chet Strange/Getty Images

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