Donald Trump has repeatedly said that he is “going to win the nomination” for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination. He has made this claim at rallies, in interviews, and on social media.
Trump’s claim is supported by recent polls, which show him with a large lead over his potential Republican rivals. A recent poll by the Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll found that 58% of Republican voters support Trump as the nominee, while only 11% support Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, the second-most popular candidate.
There are, however, some signs that Trump’s support may be waning. A new study from the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research found that Trump’s approval rate among Republican voters has dropped from 72% in January 2023 to 63% now.
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It’s still too early to say for sure if Trump will get the Republican main ticket. His latest words, on the other hand, make it sound like he is sure he can beat his opponents.
Here are some of Trump’s recent statements about the nomination:
- “I’m going to win the nomination. I’m going to win the general election. And we’re going to make America great again.” (Rally in Dallas, Texas, on November 5, 2023)
- “I’m the frontrunner in the polls. I’m the one who can win. And I’m the one who’s going to beat the Democrats.” (Interview on Fox News, November 6, 2023)
- “The Republican Party is united behind me. We’re going to win the nomination and we’re going to win the White House.” (Truth Social post, November 7, 2023)
It is important to note that Trump has a history of making false or misleading statements. It is therefore possible that his claims about the nomination are not accurate.
However, his recent comments suggest that he is confident that he will be able to defeat his rivals and win the Republican nomination.