Trump tightening inner circle ahead of potential 2024 White House BID: Report
If Donald Trump runs for president in 2024. And he reportedly plans to do things differently when he returns to the White House in 2025.
According to a new report from Axios,
The 45th president has substantially tightened his inner circle of advisers and thrown out those who deny overwhelming evidence of electoral fraud during the 2020 presidential election.
According to Axios, Donald Trump has strategically surrounded himself with Republican allies who are resiliently sticking with him after the chaos of 2020.
Trump has distanced himself from the likes of former senior adviser Hope Hicks, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, ex-Vice. President Mike Pence and his former campaign manager Bill Stepien.
In late November 2021, Don Trump pledged to support “Smart America First Republican Patriots” ahead of the 2022 midterms.
He added, “Saving America starts with saving the GOP from RINOs, sellouts, and known losers!”
It appears that Trump is using the same strategy in selecting members of his inner circle for a possible second term.
The Axios report revealed that Trump’s closest advisers now consist of some tried and true loyalists, including former White House officials Dan Scavino, Stephen Miller and even his fourth chief of staff, Mark Meadows.
Despite political pressure, Trump continues to dominate the polls ahead of a potential 2024 run. A recent Morning Consult and Politico poll found him leading 51 percent of likely Republican voters.
Since leaving office in 2021, Trump has been seen regrouping and retooling as he approaches the 2022 midterms, hosting Electric Save America rallies across the country.
He has surrounded himself with staunch allies such as My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell, former Republican Devin Nunes, and Kash Patel, the acting defense secretary’s former chief of staff during the Trump administration.
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In a recent interview with New York magazine, Trump said he had “already made that decision” about whether to run in 2024.
If he decides to jump into the race, it seems likely that he will be positioned to take back the Oval Office with a solid and loyal team of advisers around him.
But what do you think? Who deserves to be the president in 2024, if you want to share your opinion, thank you.
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