Nothing says “I’m running in 2024” like launching a new Super PAC with a name that’s been reinvented to possibly become a new slogan for an upcoming presidential bid.

Former President Donald Trump announced on Monday that his team is launching a Super PAC called “Make America Great Again, Again!”, which will replace the previous PAC titled “Make America Great Again Action.”

Chaired by Pam Bondi, Trump ally and former Attorney General of Florida, “MAGA, Again! will support Trump-endorsed candidates across the country who have proven to be fighters of the MAGA movement and President Trump’s many accomplishments,” a statement revealed.

Kimberly Guilfoyle, TV personality, Trump advisor, and girlfriend of Donald Trump Jr., will join Bondi in heading up the PAC and serve as its National Finance Chair.

“We look forward to building on the success of MAGA Action with our new committee, Make America Great Again, Again!” Chairman Pam Bondi said in the statement. “We are thrilled to continue to support America First candidates in the midterms and beyond.”

The move comes as Trump is set to begin ramping up rallies and public appearances to campaign for America First candidates in midterms and beyond.

Although he is not quite ready to announce yet, all indications show Trump is running for president again in 2024. “MAGA, Again!” will likely be his next slogan, reminiscent of his original Make America Great Again 2016 motto which was later replaced in 2020 with the less popular “Keep America Great.”

Close friends of his, such as former senior adviser Jason Miller, Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan, and others have said he is definitely running.

The only thing that could hold him back a few years from now is if he gets “a bad call from the doctor,” the 45th president has said.

The speculation surrounding a possible Trump bid comes as Joe Biden’s approval rating continues to dip into possibly irreparable territory as he continues to make widely unpopular decisions and incompetent moves. Americans are deeply dissatisfied with the way he’s handled the crisis at the southern border, the U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, rising inflation, and many more problems at hand.

All of these factors could catapult Trump back into office for a second term in 2024 if Americans continue to turn their backs on the Biden administration.