Get ready for another explosive election cycle as former President Donald Trump warms up for another presidential bid.

Donald Trump himself has not yet confirmed or denied whether he’ll run again in 2024, but his daughter-in-law Lara Trump hinted that he sees a possible future for himself as the 47th President of the United States.

During a weekend appearance on Fox News’ Justice with Judge Jeanine, Lara Trump said that as “the head of the Republican Party,” her father-in-law is “the person everyone will continue to turn to in order to help them get across the line.”

She added that, since leaving office on January 20th, the former president “has indicated that he probably would be interested in running again in 2024.”

This is the first time a member of the Trump family has suggested that the former president is actively considering another presidential run in the near future.

Her comments come just as the organizers of CPAC, a conservative political action conference, confirmed to Newsweek that the 45th president is set to speak to thousands of attendees in Orlando this week.

In what will be his first address to supporters since his departure from the White House, President Trump is expected to thank his loyal supporters and discuss the future of the GOP.

Commenting on the former president’s appearance at CPAC, Lara Trump told Judge Jeanine, “I’m really excited to hear him at CPAC. Obviously, it’ll be the first time anyone has heard from him since he left office.”

“The outpouring of support for Donald Trump since he left office has been so incredible. So, he’ll probably have a big thank you to those folks,” she added.

This is the big news Trump supporters have been anxiously awaiting amid an uncertain political future as America seemingly begins to crumble under 100% Democrat control.

As Lara Trump said, the former president is indeed the unofficial leader of the Republican Party with the allegiance of 75 million people. In this role, he will likely lay out the trajectory of the GOP during his appearance at CPAC this week.

With 2022 midterm elections approaching, it’s fair to speculate he will direct attention to winning back the House and Senate from the Democrats by promoting America First policies and candidates.