By
G. McConway
|
November 8, 2022

GOP 2024 Update: Megadonors Don’t Want Trump

It would appear that Donald Trump may have broken the back of the camel.

This weekend, he took a shot at DeSantis with a ridiculous nickname that fell flat with the crowd.

It fell even flatter with party megadonors, all of whom seem sick and tired of Trump's antics the roller coaster ride that comes with him.

Time for Change

Ken Griffin, a deep-pocketed donor for the GOP, stated, "He [Trump] did a lot of things really well and missed the mark on some important areas.

"And for a litany of reasons, I think it's time to move on to the next generation."

Trump is taking it for granted that "everyone" want him to run, but I can assure you that is not the case.

Trump stated, "Everybody, I promise you, in the very next — very, very, very short period of time, you're going to be happy.

"But first we have to win a historic victory for Republicans on Nov. 8."

Here is how I see it…

If Trump runs, he easily wins the nomination, but is a definite risk to lose the general election.

There are so many "what Ifs" surrounding his campaign that it could be dislodged from a dozen different directions.

DeSantis would win the nomination if Trump does not run, but it would surely be a closer race.

The flip side of that is that we turn the page on the 70-something crowd calling the shots and get fresh blood into the pipeline.

If DeSantis were to run, I see him putting a female Republican governor or Senator Tim Scott (R-S.C.) on the ticket with him.

Either way, it could be 16 years of Republicans in the White House if DeSantis is at the top of the ticket in 2024.

It is the best of both words for Republicans… we get the MAGA agenda and there is far more certainty.

Source: Fox News

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