There's speculation outgoing President Donald Trump is planning on running for a second term in office after a campaign advisor posted an insinuating tweet.
Democratic candidate Joe Biden took on the incumbent during the 2020 election, successfully securing the popular and electoral college votes and the presidency.
After the election results were marred with claims of voter fraud and riots broke out at the Capitol, Biden was successfully confirmed as President-elect by Congress on January 6.
The Trump administration is currently moving out of the White House ahead of Biden's inauguration on Thursday morning (NZ time) and on Wednesday Senior Advisor Jason Miller shared a picture of the building to social media with the ominous caption: "until 2025..."
The tweet sparked speculation that Trump is planning on running for President again in the next election - and intends on winning.
This comes after the 74-year-old hinted at his political future in a farewell speech released on Wednesday.
"Now, as I prepare to hand power over to a new administration at noon on Wednesday, I want you to know that the movement we started is only just beginning," he said.
US Presidents are allowed a maximum of two terms in office, however, they don't have to be consecutive. The second impeachment also does not affect his ability to run again.
There have been mixed reports since Trump lost to Biden about his future plans.
At the White House Christmas party in December he was heard saying:
"It's been an amazing four years. We're trying to do another four years, otherwise, I'll see you in four years."
However, there have recently been reports Trump has been backing away from running again as his support wavers in the aftermath of the Capitol riots on January 6.
Commenters on Miller's post also shared concern at a second term.
"Keep dreaming," one person wrote.
"It's over bruh. Let it go," another said.
"Hahaha! Oh God. I needed a good laugh. Thanks Jason."
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