The media has made much of a so-called “civil war” within the Republican Party. But can it be called a war when one side has lost before the fight?
Soon after the 2020 Election, some Republicans (all crooked, D.C. insiders) turned on President Trump. They quickly tried to save their own skin by abandoning the man who saved the party (and country), telling Republican voters it was time to “move on.”
Some of these Republicans even voted against Trump, accusing him of all sorts of things.
But it has become very clear in recent weeks and months that the party has no intentions of rejecting 45. A new poll has even come out, revealing the overwhelming support Trump continues to enjoy within the party. So, he decided to point that out to all his RINO enemies and the country.
A McLaughlin & Associates poll indicates that 73% of GOP primary voters would like Trump to run in 2024.
“Highly respected pollster John McLaughlin says 73% of all Republicans want Trump to run again in 2024 and Republican primary voters would support him 82%-13%. Even the Washington Post has just reported ‘All Republican Roads Lead to Mar-a-Lago.’” …
In an April article, the Washington Post quoted Trump spokesperson Jason Miller as saying: “Mar-a-Lago and Palm Beach are the center of the Republican universe right now.” Miller said: “All Republican roads lead to Mar-a-Lago. He’s the biggest name in politics, and everybody wants his support and endorsement.” [Source: Just the News]
Trump contrasted what appeared to be the obvious gap in interest between himself and Joe Biden. As people continue to clamor for news from the 45th president, nobody seems all that interested in Sleepy Joe. His much-delayed address to the Joint Sessions of Congress was a dud. Trump pointed to a 21 million drop in viewership.
Meanwhile, Trump continues to enjoy high approval among Republicans. Even as some conservatives mull a 2024 run, this poll reveals that 82% of voters would pick Trump again. Those are strong enough numbers to ensure Trump is the nominee—if he chooses to run.
The 45th president also used the opportunity to clarify his website, which he has been using to release statements. Trump said that he was deliberately reducing the number of media appearances he makes to highlight the failings of Joe Biden’s administration. He also claimed his website, after launching his “Desk” has enjoyed 36.7 million views in one month. He also promised that his social media “platform” would be launching soon.
Plenty of Americans have been eager to hear more from Trump. He will be returning to his iconic rallies over the summer, appearing in key battleground states. Should he release some kind of social network, there would be a long line of users ready to sign up.
The same cannot be said for anything Joe Biden does.
Author: James Anderson