McCarthy’s Prediction: The Next GOP Presidential Candidate Is…

DeSantis Is Not the GOP’s Pick for President, According to McCarthy

McCarthy Thinks Trump Will Be the GOP’s 2024 Choice, Not DeSantis In a Fox Business interview, the House Speaker said that he expects Trump to be the nominee of the Republican Party for the next presidential election. 

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He said that Trump has a big advantage over DeSantis and other contenders, and that he is stronger than he was in 2016 or 2020. McCarthy credited Trump with putting America first, improving the economy, preventing inflation, and enhancing the country’s image in the world. DeSantis

Drops in GOP Poll, Trump Remains Far Ahead A new poll from Quinnipiac University shows that President Trump is the clear favorite among GOP voters for the 2024 presidential race. He has 62 percent support, compared to 12 percent for Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who is his closest competitor. DeSantis’ support has declined from 18 percent a month ago. The other potential candidates, including Vivek Ramaswamy, Nikki Haley, and Mike Pence, have single-digit support

Trump, DeSantis, Ramaswamy Speak at Pray Vote Stand Summit in DC

Ron DeSantis is not comparable to President Trump, says former colleague. Kevin McCarthy, the Republican House speaker, claimed that DeSantis owed his 2018 election victory to Trump’s endorsement. He also dismissed the idea of a government shutdown as a bad strategy for the GOP. He argued that it would only benefit the Democrats and Biden’s agenda. He said he wanted to achieve something instead of creating a deadlock.

Recent Statements 

Trump Claims He Decided the 2020 Election Was Rigged and Dismisses Legal Advice

In an exclusive interview with NBC News’ “Meet the Press” on Sunday, former president Donald Trump said he was the one who made up his mind that the 2020 election was rigged against him, despite having no evidence to support his claim. He also revealed that he ignored the opinions of lawyers from his own administration and campaign, who told him he had lost the election fair and square.

He singled out former attorney general William Barr, who resigned in December 2020 after publicly stating that there was no widespread fraud in the election. Trump called Barr a “stiff” who “didn’t do his job” because he was “afraid”. He said he listened to some people, but not Barr, who was not there at the time.

Trump also faced questions about the four criminal indictments that he faces in New York and Georgia, related to his business dealings and his attempts to overturn the election results. He said he was not worried about going to prison, and accused the prosecutors of being politically motivated and corrupt.

Trump and DeSantis Defy COVID-19 Measures and Boosters

Former president Donald Trump said he was confident that he would win the 2020 election, despite losing to Joe Biden by a wide margin. He said he did not care about the four criminal indictments that he faces in New York and Georgia. He made these remarks in an exclusive interview with NBC News’ “Meet the Press” on Sunday.

Meanwhile, Florida governor Ron DeSantis, who is seen as a potential 2024 presidential contender, has been resisting the COVID-19 measures and boosters that have been recommended by the federal health authorities. He said he would not impose mask mandates or lockdowns in his state, as cases and hospitalizations surged in August. He also said he would not let the FDA and CDC use healthy Floridians as guinea pigs for new booster shots that have not been proven to be safe or effective.

Trump vs DeSantis: The Battle for the GOP and the Future of America

The US is facing a turbulent and divisive time as the 2024 presidential election approaches. The Republican Party is still dominated by former President Donald Trump, who continues to claim that the 2020 election was rigged and that he will be the nominee in 2024. His closest rival, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, has been endorsed by Trump in the past, but has also carved out his own niche as a staunch defender of conservative values and a vocal critic of the Biden administration’s policies on COVID-19, immigration, Afghanistan, and the economy. Meanwhile, the Democratic Party is struggling to pass its ambitious spending legislation amid internal disagreements and Republican opposition. The fate of the government shutdown, the debt ceiling, and the social and infrastructure bills hangs in the balance. The American people are witnessing a clash of ideologies, personalities, and interests that will shape the future of the nation.


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