Former President Donald Trump has been clear about his plans to make a political comeback in 2024 - but one of his campaign tools has come under fire...

Evidently undeterred by his election loss in November...

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The former president has been vocal with his plans to re-run for president in 2024.

Trump appeared at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in February where he gave his first speech since leaving office.

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He first addressed the rumors about starting a new political party, saying:

"I am not starting a new party. That was fake news. We're not starting new parties. You know, they kept saying, 'He's going to start a brand new party.' We have the Republican Party. It's going to unite and be stronger than ever before."

He then dropped his first hint at re-running for president.

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"Who knows. I may decide to beat them for a third time," he said, adding that he "may" decide to run.

Speaking about the "incredible journey," he added that "it is far from over."

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"We will be victorious and America will be stronger and greater than ever before."

Of course, many took Trump's ambitious comments with a pinch of salt...

Because surely he won't be running for president again... Right?

President Biden doesn't seem to think so, anyway.

​When asked recently about the prospect of a Trump 2024 campaign, Biden had simply scoffed at the idea, saying:

"Oh, come on. I don't even think about it - I have no idea. I have no idea if there will be a Republican Party. Do you?"

Well, Trump reiterated his desire to return to the White House once again.

In his first interview on-camera interview since his historic defeat, Trump was quizzed by his daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, about his plans for the future.

Of course, people from both sides of the political spectrum have had a lot to say about it.

He then confirmed his intentions in another interview.

"Are you thinking about running again, Mr. President, in 2024?' Fox Business" Maria Bartiromo asked Trump.

"Yes, 100 per cent," he replied.

"And the polls show that everybody wants me to do it."

"100 per cent I'm thinking about running and we will, I think, be very successful."

But there's one part of Trump's ongoing campaign trails that has caused a lot of controversy.

His so-called "Trump Train."

Pro-Trump businessman Buddy Hall has been driving the vehicle across the country in continued support of the ex-president.

But it turns out, one (very powerful) woman is opposed to it.

The bus features an image of the Queen edited to look as if she's wearing a MAGA hat.

And "representations asking for the photo's removal have been made," the palace confirmed to HuffPost.

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