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‘Get Prepared’: Steve Bannon Makes Big Prediction For 2024

Steve Bannon, a former White House strategist, offered some intriguing details regarding former President Donald Trump’s campaign and the challenges he will face in 2019.

In a part of his “War Room” podcast, Bannon said that the 2024 general election will be “nothing but a fight,” and that there will be “political warfare” over the coming years.

“Get Prepared, we got a fight ahead of us,” Bannon said. “There’s still the primary, the RNC and the donors are gonna try and [block] Trump, so we gotta get through that. The general election and I don’t have to believe Biden will be the nominee, I think they’ll trade him out, but we’ve got nothing but a war in the general election. We’ve got six to eight years ahead of us of absolute political warfare.”

As the GOP race is beginning to heat up, Bannon also recently made headlines when he revealed some intriguing details regarding Trump’s likely choice for running mate.

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On his “War Room” podcast, Bannon claimed to be a strong supporter of Arizona Republican Kari Lake and to prefer having her on Trump’s ticket. Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., a 2024 Democratic presidential candidate, maybe Trump’s running mate if Lake declines, according to Bannon.

Trump, on the other hand, has increased his advantage in a crucial early primary state while the rest of the GOP field for 2024 finds it extremely difficult to gain any ground.

According to Fox Business, Trump won South Carolina by 10 points in 2016 but anticipates outpacing that margin this time around.

Trump had a huge 34-point lead in the Palmetto State according to a recent poll by the site. Also, more than 50 percent of respondents said they thought he would be the best contender to unseat President Joe Biden.

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Fox Business noted further:

The new poll, released Sunday, finds almost half of South Carolina likely Republican primary voters backing Trump in the 2024 primary contest (48%).  That number is slightly larger (51%) among those who say they will definitely vote in the February 24 primary.  

Lagging far behind is former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley at 14%, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis at 13%, and South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott at 10%.  No other candidate reaches double-digit support.

“Even though it’s still early, Trump is the proverbial 800-pound gorilla in this race,” Republican pollster Daron Shaw, who conducted the Fox Business poll along with Democrat Chris Anderson, said in describing the results. “The initial challenge is to see who can become the non-Trump candidate, and in South Carolina, that’s currently a three-way race among DeSantis, Haley, and Scott.”

Fox Business added that, among various groups, Trump’s strongest support is seen among those identifying as very conservative (57%), voters under the age of 45 (55%), voters without a college degree (53%), rural voters (52%), and White evangelicals (51%).

When Trump supporters were asked about their second choice, the majority selected DeSantis (33%), followed by Scott (17%) and Haley (15%). DeSantis backers chose Trump as their second choice (38%), followed by Scott (29%) and Haley (19%). Among Haley supporters, Scott emerged as the top second choice (38%).

“Still, Trump leads among both groups (electability vs. shares views) by more than 40 points,” the outlet noted.

As the 2024 election cycle gets underway, a new survey contains a lot of bad news for the Democratic Party and its front-runner, President Joseph Biden.

A majority of Americans rank Democrats’ pet topics like abortion and the environment far down the list of what is most important, according to a new Newsweek tracker poll that the publication released this week.

The economy remains, by far, the most important issue, with 60% of respondents to the survey, which was conducted on July 15 and 16 among 1,500 eligible voters. This is at a time when gas prices are rising again, food prices are high, interest rates have skyrocketed leading to significantly higher mortgage and auto loan costs, and an increasing number of Americans have seen their purchasing power decline under President Biden.

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“Most voters—48 percent—said they were worse off now than they were three years ago. A further 29 percent said they were better off and 22 percent said they were about the same,” Newsweek reported, citing its survey results. “Forty-four percent said their financial situation has worsened in the last year, compared to 28 percent who said it had improved and another 28 percent who said it had stayed the same.”

The next three top issues are also not necessarily strong ones for Democrats. According to the survey’s findings, 33 percent said health care was the most important, followed by 28 percent who named immigration as their top concern and 24 percent who said it is policing and crime.

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