Can Trump Actually Win the Nomination

Can Trump Actually Win the Nomination

Official portrait of President Donald J. Trump, By Shealah Craighead –

As the 2024 Presidential Election approaches, it remains to be seen if former President Donald Trump still has the support of the Republican Party. While some members of the House of Representatives have said it is time to move on from Trump, he has remained relatively quiet on the matter.

However, top Republicans have not come out to defend him from his latest blunder: meeting with white supremacist and holocaust denier Nick Fuentes. Trump took to social media to give a reasonable explanation for meeting with Kanye West, but he insisted that he did not know who Fuentes was. This raises questions about Trump’s honesty and whether he disrespects the American people.

It’s disappointing that Trump can’t seem to move on from the 2020 election. Yes, it may have been stolen from him, but nothing can be done about it now. Trump needs to focus on what the American people want and need today. They’re concerned about the economy, healthcare costs, and Congress bickering instead of governing. If Trump wants to win back support, he must listen to the people and give them what they want.

It’s important to remember that Trump did a lot of good things while he was in office. Times are changing, and we need a leader willing to change with us instead of against us. I don’t agree with Biden’s policies or our country’s direction. Returning the House was a significant step in the right direction, but we almost lost it. The House Republicans are already talking about their agenda for the next two years, and it seems like all they want to do is investigate instead of governing. McCarthy is making deals so that he can become Speaker of the House. It feels like a revenge agenda.

There’s a good chance we could lose control of the House again in 2024 if we’re not careful. Trump’s time has passed, and we need new leadership. We lost the Senate because of poor candidates who Trump endorsed. If we ignore what happened in the House elections, we’re headed for another loss in 2024. I’m hoping Desantis will get into the race; he’s as strong as Trump without all the baggage. If Trump does win the nomination, I’ll vote Republican because I want what’s best for my party.

God Bless the United States, and God Bless Our Veterans

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