Federal Judge Karen Henderson noted in a case regarding President Donald Trump’s tax returns that he might be President again.
The judge said, “If this drags out, for all we know he could be a sitting president again.”
A federal appellate court judge who is considering whether former President Donald Trump must be forced to hand over his tax returns to Congress hinted on Thursday that he could wind up in the White House again, and that could be a factor in the outcome of the case.
“We have a situation that involves a sitting President and a former President. If this drags out, for all we know he could be a sitting president again,” Judge Karen Henderson, of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit, noted, according to CNN.
The judge made her remarks during a hearing as part of a three-judge panel examining whether a lower federal court got it right by tossing Trump’s attempt to block the House Ways and Means Committee from getting access to his personal and business tax records from the IRS.
A recent poll from McLaughlin & Associates found Trump leading Brandon, Kamala Harris, and Hillary Clinton in a potential 2024 matchup.
Donald Trump leads President Brandon by three points in a potential 2024 matchup, a Thursday McLaughlin & Associates poll revealed.
The poll showed Trump with 49 percent of the vote, compared to Brandon’s 46 percent, a three-point difference.
Trump also outpolled Kamala Harris by eight points (50-42 percent) and Hillary Clinton by ten (51-41 percent) in a hypothetical 2024 general election.
Trump’s general election polling reflected his primary polling. Sixty-eight percent of Republican primary voters said they wanted to see Trump run for president again. Just 20 percent opposed Trump’s potential reelection campaign.
No wonder the Democrats are nervous about 2024!