What are your guys' thoughts on this question? My feeling is that, if Biden wins, Trump should most likely not run again in 2024 for a second, non-consecutive term. I have two reasons: the obvious one is, of course, his health and age. In 2024 he will be 78 and likely not in the best condition physically speaking. But let's set that aside and assume Trump was in his 50s and not his 70s. Should he still run in that case? My feeling is, probably not. In US history, there has only been one case of a president serving non-consecutive terms, that of Grover Cleveland. He ran and won as a Democrat in 1884, lost in 1888, then won again in 1892. People have mixed reviews of his first term, but most will agree that his second term was abysmal: he kept fighting with his own party about the gold standard, sent in the military to quell a railroad workers' strike and presided over a depression but mainly dealt with the banks' issues and not those of the working class. It's pretty well-known that defeated incumbents generally lose their influence in the party, even if they manage to somehow bounce back as Cleveland did. I guess people think that if you were voted out, you must have done a terrible job. I'd wager the same would happen to Trump if he lost in 2020 and ran again in 2024: his own party would desert him and he would not have enough political influence to actually get the nomination. Overall, a 2024 run would likely be a wasted campaign. What are your thoughts on this? If Trump loses in 2020, should he try again in 2024?