With each passing day, we are getting closer to the 2024 Election. It might seem far away, but it’ll be here before we know. And we know we’re not the only Americans eager to kick Joe Biden to the curb. More than a few pundits have speculated over who would carry the GOP ticket.
A growing list of candidates has been making the rounds. Some familiar names have been floated as possible GOP frontrunners, like Mike Pence and Ron DeSantis. But Sen. Lindsey Graham has dropped a bombshell, saying it’s Trump’s race to lose—so long as he does one thing.
From Fox News:
“Unless there’s something coming out of left field I don’t see coming, it’s his nomination if he wants it,” Graham told guest host Pete Hegseth. “The Republican base appreciated him. We don’t appreciate all the things he does sometimes. But from a policy point of view, he was the most successful president from a conservative’s point of view since Ronald Reagan.”
“[Trump] will be in the White House in 2024 if he runs a disciplined campaign,” Graham said.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, a longtime lawmaker and top Republican, proclaimed the 2024 nomination will go to Trump if he wants it. He added that Trump will end up back in the White House 2024 if he runs a “disciplined campaign.” But what does he mean by that?
Graham was very bullish on Trump when discussing his policy and record. The senator campaigned 45 to Ronald Reagan, the long-celebrated Republican president. Much like Reagan, Trump scored tremendous victories for conservatives and all Americans.
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The senator believes Trump is a shoo-in, as long as he reminds Americans of how effective a leader he was in office. He defeated ISIS, secured the border, created American energy dominance, and brought back American manufacturing. Those are winning achievements.
Compare that to Biden’s first year, which has been more of a dumpster fire than a presidency. Biden (or whoever will be running instead) doesn’t have a chance. And do you think Kamala Harris will be able to go toe-to-toe with a leader like Trump?
Perhaps Graham is also hinting that Trump would do well to avoid his trademark brashness and online remarks. But we all know millions of Americans admire Trump for his lack of political correctness. Regardless, if Trump does run, he will most likely embrace some of Graham’s advice.