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Hakeem Jeffries Trolls Trump’s 2024 Campaign And It’s Guaranteed To Enrage The Donald

Even though he has formally announced that he’s seeking the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, Donald Trump’s so-called campaign is struggling to get off the ground, according to recent reports.

Business Insider noted:

Aides to former President Donald Trump are surprised by how few allies are showing up at his 2024 campaign events, New York Times star reporter Maggie Haberman said. 

Speaking on CNN Tuesday, Haberman discussed how Trump’s 2024 campaign has gotten off to a slow start, and his plans to gear it up at a campaign event in South Carolina on Saturday.

“I think they are also finding, his team, that people are not swelling around him in the Republican Party in these states the way they had believed,” she said.

“Now he still has supporters and still has his operation, it’s pretty small. I think they thought they would be able to get all of these people to just show up for him.”

How humiliating it must be for Trump to have to beg for support after being able to snap his fingers and have GOP political figures show up.

Those reports must have been on the mind of House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) when he was asked Thursday about Facebook’s decision to reinstate the failed former president to the platform in time for the 2024 campaign.

“I think the issue in terms of the concerns, the danger, I think many of us will have more to say about that,” Jeffries remarked.

But it was what Jeffries said next that’s likely to upset Trump the most:

“To the extent that he moves forward with his so-called presidential campaign. It happens to be a very low-energy campaign, by the way.”

The minority leader added:

“(Some candidates) seem to believe that perhaps dividing America or leaning into extreme narratives that don’t have anything to do with historical reality perhaps might advance their own personal aspirations.”

Expect an angry response from Trump before the end of the day.

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Trump Is About To Kick Ron DeSantis ‘In The N*ts’ In A Desperate Attempt To Destroy Him: Report

A new poll released Wednesday shows Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) leading failed, one-term, twice-impeached ex-president Donald Trump, which isn’t exactly a surprise.

However, that same poll also shows DeSantis ahead of Trump among Trump voters, a result that must have the former president reeling.

As a result of polling and public criticism of Trump’s fading 2024 bid for the White House, according to Rolling Stone, the disgraced ex-president is planning to kick DeSantis “in the nuts.”

Political insiders close to Trump reveal that the strategy to defeat DeSantis involves going after him on the issue of Social Security, with one source noting, “In a Republican primary, only Donald Trump could effectively go after Ron DeSantis for wanting to cut Social Security.”

The same source added:

“This is where…Trump kicks him in the nuts.”

Additionally, Trump plans to try and paint DeSantis as a political “fat cat” who cares only about the establishment and maintaining the political status quo. Trump will try to portray himself as an “outsider” compared to the Florida governor, an absurd notion coming from someone who was president for four years.

While DeSantis will be getting the majority of Trump’s fire in the months ahead, the same poll also shows the ex-president losing to President Joe Biden if the two meet in a rematch of the 2020 election. DeSantis, it should be noted, also loses in a head-to-head matchup with Biden, suggesting that the GOP is going to be hard-pressed to win the next presidential race, no matter who they have at the top of the ticket.

Trump and DeSantis may be the most well-known names among Republicans, but the simple fact is that neither man may win the nomination in 2024. Someone we haven’t even considered might just rise to the top and swamp both of them. If so, it would be the ultimate in political karma.

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Trump Blames ‘Disloyalty’ Of Evangelicals For The Early Failure Of His 2024 Presidential Campaign

The most immoral man to ever be elected President of the United States has a complaint about the braindead evangelical Christians who eagerly supported him even when he got caught screwing porn stars and paying them off: They’re not being sufficiently loyal to him in his 2024 campaign, and he’s really pissed off about it.

Donald Trump made his complaint during an interview with David Brody of the far-right Real America’s Voice, suggesting that the “disloyalty” of evangelicals was why his latest campaign is struggling so badly.

“That’s a sign of disloyalty. There’s great disloyalty in world of politics and that’s a sign of disloyalty because nobody, as you know… has ever done more for right to life than Donald Trump. Three Supreme Court justices and they all voted [to overturn Roe v. Wade]… they won, they finally won!”

Trump also blamed Christians for the GOP’s failure to win control of both houses of Congress in the 2022 midterm election:

“I was a little disappointed because I thought they could have fought much harder during the ’22 election because they won.”

In recent weeks, Trump has also blamed evangelicals for overplaying the abortion issue by not making sure anti-abortion laws contained exceptions for rape and incest.

Translation: Donald Trump is failing yet again, but it’s not his fault. It’s NEVER EVER his fault. When he goes bankrupt, others are to blame. When he gets caught committing adultery, that’s also the fault of others. And now the 2022 election and upcoming 2024 race can also be blamed on others, because it certainly can’t be Trump’s fault. After all, he’s perfect.

Since Trump is so damn perfect, maybe he needs to start his own religion and make himself the deity. He can be the MAGA god and ask for tithes from his flock. They can easily afford to give him 10% of their net worth, can’t they?

Kneel down and worship, MAGAts! Your tangerine savior demands it.

 

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The GOP Is Facing Four ‘Doomsday Scenarios’ In The 2024 Election

The Republican Party discovered in the recent midterm elections that the shadow of Donald Trump hanging over the GOP is an albatross that cost them a bigger majority in the House and control of the Senate.

But 2022 could wind up looking like a landslide victory if one of four “doomsday scenarios” take place two years from now.

David Byler, a political data analyst for the Washington Post, explains in a fascinating op-ed what may be awaiting the GOP with Trump running for president once again in 2024, and none of them is the least bit positive. In fact, any one of them could lead to the complete collapse of the party, Byler notes.

“Many believe GOP voters are ready to move on from the former president, but we all remember the 2016 primary. In that race, Trump had roughly 35 percent of Republican voters behind him, and multiple opponents split an anti-Trump majority. Trump won state after state — and the nomination — with just a plurality of the vote. Trump’s foes are right to fear a repeat of 2016, but they’re thinking too small. There are so many other ways the primary could turn out badly for them.”

Here are the four scenarios to look for in 2024:

Trump loses, storms off and sabotages the nominee: Since Trump has never really been a “loyal Republican,” he might just decide to create his own party and run against both the Democratic and GOP presidential nominees, which would be fatal for whoever winds up winning the Republican nomination. Byler explains, “If a hurt, petulant Trump shaved just a couple of percentage points off the Republican vote share, he could hand the Democrats another term in the White House.”

Trump gains a weak lead — and the 2012 clown car returns: 2012 was the year Mitt Romney won the GOP nomination and proceeded to lose to President Barack Obama by an electoral vote margin of 332-206. “Even if they coalesce behind one candidate and avoid the mistakes of 2016, their champion might not have staying power.”

Republicans stick with a flawed Trump alternative: Who would be the flawed Trump alternative? Probably Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who doesn’t wear well over time and is widely hated among a majority of independent voters.

Trump plays the hits and wins outright: This is the worst scenario for the GOP, because it would guarantee that the Republican Party officially becomes the Party of Trump. “This would be a true worst-case scenario for the anti-Trump GOP. The majority of voters would have rejected them and thrown a scandal-ridden candidate with a dismal 34 percent overall favorability rating into yet another general election.”

In other words, Trump may wind up fully destroying the GOP with his 2024 bid to be their nominee. How’s that for the ultimate irony?

 

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2024 Election Poll Shows Trump Trailing Ron DeSantis AND Liz Cheney

A new poll is certain to enrage disgraced, one-term, twice-impeached former president Donald Trump because it shows him trailing both Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and former Rep. Liz Cheney in the 2024 race for the Republican presidential nomination.

The Deseret News/Hinckley Institute of Politics poll only reflects sentiment in the state of Utah, but Trump’s third place showing suggests that even in a deep red state voters are sick and tired of him.

Mediaite reports:

Yes, the new survey has Trump in third place — pulling in just 14.6 percent of the vote. DeSantis came out on top in the Deseret News/Hinckley survey — as he has in many recent state polls — with 24.2 percent.

But the real surprise is Cheney. The defeated Wyoming congresswoman ranks second in the Deseret News/Hinckley survey with 16.4 percent support from Utah GOP primary voters.

Cheney lost her bid for another term in the House of Representatives to Rep.-elect Harriet Hageman, but her name is often mentioned as a possible candidate for the 2024 Republican nomination. Her high-profile role as vice chair of the House Select Committee investigating the January 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol has angered Trump and many of his GOP allies.

The Wyoming Republican has been extremely critical of the role Trump played in the Capitol insurrection, remarking in July that “Trump engaged in the ‘most serious misconduct’ of any U.S. president in history by inciting the mayhem and then refusing for more than three hours to call off the rioters.”

It will be interesting to see how Trump responds to the new poll showing him a distant third in Utah. Rest assured that someone else will be to blame because nothing is ever Donald’s fault.