Friday, September 24, 2021

TRUMP NEWS: Republicans Want Trump to Run Again, Says Poll; Poll: Trump Dominates 2024 GOP Primary, Pence Leads DeSantis in Trump-less Field; Biden Paving Way for Trump’s Return, and 10 other Trump related stories

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Republicans want Trump to run again, says poll:
Discussions continue among the friends and foes of former President Donald Trump, who all wonder whether his name will appear on the presidential ballot when the time comes. Some say such a move would weaken the Republican Party, others insist that Mr. Trump could shore up the GOP and even garner newfound appreciation from voters who have become weary of President Biden and progressive Democrats.
“Former President Trump is the clear favorite to win the GOP’s 2024 presidential nomination if he decides to mount another bid for the White House, according to a Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll survey,” reports The Hill, which had exclusive access to the poll’s findings.
“Nearly 6 in 10 Republican voters surveyed — 58% — say they would vote to put the former president back on the ballot in 2024, suggesting the party is ready and willing to give Trump another chance after his 2020 loss to President Biden,” wrote Max Greenwood, who covers politics for the news organization. --->READ MORE HERE
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Poll: Trump Dominates 2024 GOP Primary, Pence Leads DeSantis in Trump-less Field:
A new national 2024 GOP presidential primary poll shows former President Donald Trump with a commanding lead but also that former Vice President Mike Pence leads a Trump-less field by double digits over Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
Surveying 490 registered Republican voters on September 15 and 16, the poll showed Trump in a dominant position atop the GOP and Pence on the rebound atop a Trump-less field and in second place behind Trump in a field with the former president. The poll was conducted by Harvard’s Center for American Political Studies (CAPS) and Harris.
“Trump drew 58 percent support when included, compared to Pence’s 13 percent and DeSantis’ 9 percent,” reported Florida Politics. “Sans Trump, Pence secured 32 percent support, while DeSantis had just 20 percent. Pence’s margin tripled.”
Without Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) stood in third place at just 14 percent. --->READ MORE HERE
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