Former President Donald Trump was mostly disciplined in interviews Wednesday, heaping praise on the late conservative radio icon Rush Limbaugh while keeping tight-lipped about his plans.
In his first public remarks since leaving office Jan. 20, Trump, in interviews with Fox News, Newsmax, and One America News Network, mostly passed up chances to talk up a 2024 presidential bid.
Asked by Fox News host Sean Hannity if he planned to run for president again, Trump demurred but pointed to a deep well of approval among Republican voters.
“I won’t say yet, but we have tremendous support,” the former president said, appearing on the network for the second time that day. “I’m the only guy who gets impeached, and my numbers go up.”
It’s unclear at this point whether Trump’s focus on Limbaugh, who died Wednesday after a long battle with lung cancer, is part of a concerted comeback strategy. Polls show Trump topping potential rivals for the