Some might argue that the House select committee’s Jan. 6 hearing might be little more than a kangaroo courtroom that doesn’t really get anything done.
But these people are likely to be ordinary Republican voters — not party dignitaries or donors.
what committee Yes According to reports, doing Some of the GOP’s biggest donors are on edge On the matter of helping Donald Trump should decide to run for the White House again in 2024.
CNBC reported that Republican donors, many of whom did not want to be named, wanted someone other than Donald Trump.
Nothing will stop President Trump from running for re-election in 2024.
— TheLeoTerrell (@TheLeoTerrell) June 29, 2022
Big donors spooked ahead of Jan. 6
If donors are already on the sidelines of Trump’s 2024 campaign, testimony at a committee hearing by a former aide to Trump’s chief of staff Mark Meadows could put them at the forefront — despite the testimony Obvious shortcomings In fact, several aspects of the story told were immediately denied by those who were actually involved.
Cassidy Hutchinson testified that she was told Trump on Jan. 6 swooped on a Secret Service agent who refused to drive him to the Capitol to meet with protesters.However, both agents were involved in the alleged incident say they are ready to testify Swear Hutchinson’s testimony is false.
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Several real estate executives who backed Trump in 2016 and 2020 argued that while some of the testimony at the hearing could be proven false, it has dealt Trump a “major blow.”
“I think donors have turned away from Trump,” said Eric Levine, a lawyer and Republican fundraiser. He added, “Donors are very concerned that Trump is Republicans who could lose in 2024.”
Readers may recall that the Republican establishment said the same to Trump in 2016.
It all comes down to the system trying to stop ‘Trump 2024’
— Matthew H (@MattH_4America) June 28, 2022
The state of Trump’s team
It goes without saying that the Trump campaign is well-positioned to prepare for 2024. Trump’s political action committee has about $100 million on hand to save America, according to Federal Election Commission documents.
An affiliated super PAC, Make America Great Again, Again, raised $770,000.
Moreover, the value of Trump’s support for candidates in Republican primary races across the country does not appear to have declined.this only tuesday, Trump candidates have done so well that 30 Trump-backed candidates have won their primaries so far this primary season. However, he saw some notable losses.
Overall, Trump Over 200 candidates were approved.
Trump spokesman Tyler Budovich summed up Trump’s position on any possible 2024 presidential race.
“President Trump’s support is recorded at 146-10, his Save America Political Committee continues to raise unprecedented funds, and the American people remain hungry for his leadership. As another witch hunt erupts in front of Democrats, President Trump We are now in a stronger position than ever before.”
To all Democrats trying to block Trump’s candidacy in 2024, remember this is a wait 👇👇👇 pic.twitter.com/p0JjhNsZOf
— Anthony 🇮🇹🇺🇸 (@Antman0528) July 1, 2022
appearing behind trump
Of course, it’s still early days, but even if Trump decides to run, other names will continue to be possible Republican contenders. Names such as former Vice President Mike Pence, Senators Tim Scott (R-SC) and Tom Cotton (R-AR) are being heard.
But Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is not only a possible contender, but a possible Trump running mate. This year’s presidential polls have had their ups and downs.in this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) In February, Trump won 58 percent, while DeSantis won 28 percent.
By May at the Wisconsin Republican Convention, The situation is markedly different, Now, that might just support the theory that big-money donors are being scared off. The poll found DeSantis at 38 percent and Trump at 32 percent.
In a recent interview, Donald Trump said he will definitely consider Ron DeSantis, the 2024 running mate, said in a very Trump-like way: “Well, I get along well with him. I take a lot of responsibility for his success , because I supported him and he went up like a rocket ship.”
As 2024 looms, it remains to be seen who is still nervous and how that translates into campaign money.
If Trump constantly yells, “I’m the president, bitch!” and tries to hijack this beast and throw burgers and plates all over the White House…then that guy wins my vote in 2024.
— Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) June 29, 2022
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