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New Poll Shows Level of Support for 2024 Trump Campaign

Is anyone really surprised?

As the days wear on, the ways in which Donald Trump can find himself back in the White House are narrowing.

Rudy Giuliani, Jenna Ellis, and the rest of his legal team are doing their damnedest, that’s plain to see, but the electoral machinations move like the tectonic plates, if these forces of nature were running on a timer.  The Constitution mandates many of these moves, making it impossible for any lawyer of any caliber to slow it down.  It’d be like using caution tape to contain a cruise ship.

And so Trump is looking forward, to his life past the White House.  He’ll not likely concede the election, (maybe ever), but he does appear destined to move to Mar-a-Lago come January 20th.

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What lies ahead for the CEO-in-Chief? Some have speculated a book deal, others, a media empire.

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But, for many, there is a hope that he’ll simply refuel his campaigning juggernaut and get ready for 2024.

President Donald Trump leads in a hypothetical 2024 Republican primary, with a majority of Republican and Republican-leaning respondents choosing him over other potential contenders, a Tuesday Morning Consult/Politico survey showed.

“If the 2024 Republican primary were being held today, for whom would you vote?” the survey asked among a sample size of 765 registered voters, identified as Republicans or Republican-leaning independent voters.

The president overwhelmingly took first place, garnering 53 percent support. Vice President Mike Pence came in a distant second with 12 percent support, followed by Donald Trump Jr., who saw 8 percent support. Sens. Mitt Romney (R-UT) and Ted Cruz (R-TX), as well as former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, garnered four percent support. Sens. Marco Rubio (R-FL), Josh Hawley (R-MO), Tom Cotton (R-AR), and Tim Scott (R-SC) garnered less than three percent support[…]

Trump has indicated on Twitter that he is still of the belief that his legal team could succeed, but has also taken actions that suggest he is preparing to depart the White House in the coming week.

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