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For the US presidential election 2024, former President Trump and current President Joe Biden have once again struck a chord. That is, the 2024 presidential race for the White House clearly appears to be a 2020 rematch between GOP favorite Donald Trump and US President Joe Biden, as current trends indicate that 70 percent of Republicans support Trump on his impeachment and reelection. Criminal investigations and numerous investigations of tax fraud, support despite incitement to violence. Nearly 70 percent of GOP voters stand behind Trump amid the indictments and investigations, an NBC poll says, but a majority of Americans are deeply resentful of a Trump vs. Biden rematch in 2024.
Nearly two-thirds of Republican primary voters say they would support former President Donald Trump, according to an NBC poll of the nation’s major media outlets, and the adult star has been indicted by a lower Manhattan court in New York for secretly paying money during the 2016 election campaign. show no concern about his eligibility, electability, despite recent action in the U.S. and other legal investigations into his past conduct.
Trump’s lead over his nearest party rival
Trump has a double-digit lead over his closest potential GOP rival, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. That makes the former president the clear front-runner in the primaries so far for the Republican presidential nomination. Paradoxically, the Republican Party’s continued enthusiasm for Trump contrasts sharply with the country’s apparent lack of reflection on important issues such as abortion rights, gun laws, and the cost of higher health care and higher education. shows his displeasure with the 2024 race, while Biden is trying to fix him.
Americans want to see someone young in 2024 other than Trump and Biden
Multiple polls conducted by political strategists and agencies show that a large majority of Americans do not want Trump or President Joe Biden to run for president in 2024, as they are rematched after 2020. Are and have also become old. Most of the Americans want a young President this time. One a wealthy billionaire with extreme right-wing views promoting crony capitalism, and the other a seasoned politician who wants to do good for the urban middle class and the poor. Biden’s opponents cite his age (80) as the main reason for opposing his candidacy. Although Trump is 76 years old. Both appear too old for the job which people feel, however, is overruled by senior congressmen because older senators and congressmen have contributed greatly to the country.
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