By Duncan Smith
Without question, the vast majority of Republican voters support ‘former’ President Donald Trump.
Roughly the same tens of millions of supporters also want him to run again in 2024 for his well-earned but deep state-deprived second term.
Will he, though?
He hasn’t said. And word is, he’s waiting to see what the GOP does in the 2022 midterms.
But Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., may have inadvertently/purposefully spilled the beans: Trump is in.
USA Features News reports:
Former President Donald Trump is poised to go 'all in' to help Republicans recapture the House and Senate during the 2022 midterms and the White House again in 2024, according to Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C.
Graham, who told Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro Saturday evening that he just finished two days' worth of playing golf with Trump and that the former president is 'mad as hell' and ready to go, adding that he believes Trump will make another bid for a second term because he has 'unfinished business.'
'When you look at Trump's four years compared to Biden's six months, I like our chances to win the House and Senate in 2022 and to take back the White House in 2024,' Graham said.
'Joe Biden's administration is out of control, and every day that passes, we appreciate Trump policies more and more.'
'I will be shocked if [Trump] doesn't run for president in 2024,' Graham continued, adding: 'I think he's all in to make sure we take back the House and the Senate and stop this craziness.'
Look, politics is as much about strategy than anything else, we get that.
But that statement from Graham is as close to “Trump is running in 2024” as we’ve seen from anyone so far who ought to know.
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