It is difficult to predict the future of a presidential primary race more than four years in advance, especially given that political developments can change rapidly. That being said, President Donald Trump has already built an impressive amount of support among Republican voters and party leaders. With his wide and loyal base, Trump has indicated he will be running for reelection in 2024 if he is not victorious in 2020, and his supporters appear to be just as enthusiastic about his prospects for a second term.
If Trump is able to make it to 2024, it is likely he will start the primary in a very strong position. His name recognition, keen political instincts, and established fundraising capabilities will give him an advantage that could give him the edge over potential opponents. Other than Trump, the 2024 Republican race is likely to be wide open, allowing him to emerge as a strong frontrunner. Although it is impossible to know how events will unfold in four years, as of now, President Trump appears to be well-positioned to enter the race in 2024 with a strong foundation of support.