During a ceremony at the White House Sunday afternoon, President Donald Trump hinted at a possible re-election bid in 2020.
Trump was speaking at a swearing in ceremony for his senior White House staff, which included Steve Bannon, Reince Priebus, Sean Spicer, Kellyanne Conway, Jared Kushner and others.
Trump hinted at a potential second term during a short statement after he informed the press about a future meeting with Canadian and Mexican leaders, in addition to informing them about a letter that former President Barack Obama left for him in the Oval Office.
"With you and all of the people in this room, we are going to do some great things over the next eight years," Trump said during the event.
"Each and every one of you should be extremely proud. Give yourselves a round of applause," he added, directing his comments toward his senior staffers.
Vice President Mike Pence did the actual swearing in, reading the oath of office to the staffers. The event took place in the White House's East Room and was the first public event to take place in the popular room since Trump assumed the presidency last week.
Trump is currently the oldest person to ever be elected president, topping former President Ronald Reagan by just a handful of months. If Trump were to run for a second term, his health would likely be a key issue during the 2020 campaign because during Reagan's second term in office, it appeared that his health slowed him down substantially.
Watch Trump hint at a possible second term below. His comments begin around the four minute mark: