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Trump’s Primary Lead Grows After Latest Indictments, Survey Shows. What Does This Mean for 2024?

A recent poll found that the former president Donald Trump is becoming more popular despite a wave of indictments in southern Florida, Georgia, Washington, D.C., and Manhattan.

According to the most recent CBS News survey, Trump increased his advantage over his opponents following his most recent indictment last week in Fulton County.

According to the network, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is Trump’s next-closest challenger, albeit his 16 percent support isn’t all that close to Trump’s 62 percent. Other GOP candidates all have single digit support.

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CBS News added: “Trump voters’ affinity for him seems to insulate the former president from attacks whether or not he debates this week because voters basically say they aren’t receptive to such criticism. Instead, a whopping nine in 10 GOP primary voters want the other candidates to focus on making the case for themselves, but not against Tru

In the meantime, Trump’s “mugshot that started a revolution” has sparked a wave of enthusiasm that goes beyond the core of Republican Party supporters and has resulted in a fundraising haul of millions of dollars.

The mugshot taken and made public by the Fulton County Sheriff’s Department after Trump was detained and booked on Thursday on “racketeering” charges related to the 2020 election, according to Karoline Leavitt, a spokeswoman for the MAGA Inc. PAC, has “rallied the American people across the political spectrum,” she told Breitbart News over the weekend.

“You could absolutely see the defiance in President Trump’s eyes and in his face in that mug shot, and it really has rallied the American people across the political spectrum now,” Leavitt told Breitbart News Saturday host Matthew Boyle on SiriusXM.

We are now seeing a seismic shift in disapproval for Joe Biden and support for President Trump. There was a new poll released yesterday that shows Donald Trump dominating Joe Biden in the general election,” Leavitt added.

“And there’s been a bunch of polls that show the same thing. And I think that the Democrats have overplayed their hands with all of these witch hunts and indictments of Donald Trump,” she added.

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She continued by highlighting the support that Trump received when his motorcade passed through several less affluent Atlanta communities on his approach to being detained.

“You saw he was driving through urban Atlanta. African Americans lining the streets yelling, ‘Free Trump,’ as his motorcade passed by. People are realizing that this is a political persecution,” Leavitt said. “This is an unfair abuse of our justice system against someone who made the lives of people of people in Atlanta, people in New York City, people in West Virginia, in every state and community across this country better.”

She then said Trump is the “only one who will take a sledgehammer to the deep state and demand justice and accountability to right these wrongs.”

“And so while you saw all those candidates at the debate the other night bickering over issues like the economy, and energy, and the border, which are all incredibly important, we already have a guy who’s delivered on every single one of those issues. And they failed to talk about the greatest issue our nation is currently facing, which is political lawfare against the leading opponent in the next election, and also against millions of hardworking, good, good-hearted Americans who support him,” she said.

“Donald Trump is the only one who can fix the issues that the American people are facing. And he’s also the only one who will take a sledgehammer to the deep state and demand justice and accountability to right these wrongs,” Leavitt added.

The mugshot, meanwhile, appears to have had a major negative impact on Democrats while simultaneously helping his candidacy.

Breitbart News reports that over $7.1 million was raised for Trump’s campaign in the twenty-four hours following the distribution of the mugshot late on Thursday.

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