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Poll - A 54 percent majority of U.S. voters want former President Donald Trump to "remove himself from politics entirely."


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Rebuking any hypothetical talk about Trump running for president again in 2024, most Americans would prefer to see him disappear from the public eye altogether.

The latest CNBC All-America Economic Survey released Friday evening found wide partisan divides on this sentiment—with 81 percent of Democrats wanting Trump to vanish entirely, compared to just 26 percent of Republican voters who feel that way. Smaller minorities of frustrated GOP voters want to see Trump either start a third party or remain active in politics, just not with any direct allegiance to either party.

https://www.newsweek.com/majority-americans-want-trump-completely-removed-politics-poll-finds-1569156

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Problem is that if he runs, it will be decided by those who vote in Republican primaries as to whether or not he is GOP candidate.  Assuming he has some opposition, which he might not.  Seems most GOPers who want to run in 2024 are saying they won't if Trump runs.

So, he wins the GOP nomination and the GOPers go to work with their money and organizations and control over large number of states' voting systems.  Add in that too many Dem supporters may not even vote.    Then we could have a repeat of 2016.

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On 10/7/2021 at 11:42 AM, ElCid said:

Problem is that if he runs, it will be decided by those who vote in Republican primaries as to whether or not he is GOP candidate.  Assuming he has some opposition, which he might not.  Seems most GOPers who want to run in 2024 are saying they won't if Trump runs.

So, he wins the GOP nomination and the GOPers go to work with their money and organizations and control over large number of states' voting systems.  Add in that too many Dem supporters may not even vote.    Then we could have a repeat of 2016.

Agree

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