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2024 Presidential Campaign. Historical File

CRAZY to look so far ahead - but the speculation tells us alot about people's thinking - in the present

Don Jr, Ivanka among top Republican picks for 2024...

Which, if any, of the following Republicans would you consider voting for in the 2024 general presidential election?
Survey of 1,854 Republicans/leaners, Dec. 14–17, 2019
Mike PenceDonald Trump, Jr.Nikki HaleyIvanka TrumpMarco RubioMike PompeoGreg AbbottRick ScottRon DeSantisTim Scott

Trumps among top Republican picks for 2024...

OTHERS: have suggested:

Matt Gaetz, Candace Owens, AOC-> Ocasio Cortez

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Donald Trump Jr. reacts to chants of '46'

(from Above): Updated Jan 4, 2020

Mike Pence.           : 40%
Donald Trump, Jr. : 29%
Nikki Haley.            : 26%
Ivanka Trump.       : 16%
Marco Rubio.        : 15%
Mike Pompeo.       : 13%
Greg Abbott.         : 13%
Rick Scott.             :   8%
Ron DeSantis.        ;  8%
Tim Scott.              :  7%

> source: https://www.surveymonkey.com/curiosity/axiossurveymonkey-2024-presidential-vote-poll-gop/

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MEN, you need Fortitude... and Women too

Jocko Podcast 222 with Dan Crenshaw: Life is a Challenge. Life is a Struggle, so Live With Fortitude

Embrace REALITY, with all its challenges

Crenshaw, along with Don Jr., are two of my favorite contenders for the Presidency, after Trump, in 2024.

Dan Crenshaw has been through H3LL and still lives and speaks with gentleness, grace and wisdom.  We need that

"WE have changed our Hero archetypes, those we look up to"

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A way too early list of potential 2024 GOP presidential candidates

It’s always exhilarating (and slightly terrifying) every four years when America finds itself in the throes of another presidential election. 2020 is shaping up to be one of the most heated and hard-fought presidential battles in recent memory. So, let’s talk about the 2024 presidential election, shall we?

You may be jerking your head back at the thought of 2024, especially if you’ve already had enough of 2020, but there are already some rumblings among Republicans over who may run in 2024. So, let me break down rumors of two prominent GOP members who I, and many others, believe will be running at the top of the Republican ticket four years down the road.

The first case is Matt Gaetz, the congressman from Fort Walton Beach, Florida. Mr. Gaetz has been a staunch ally of President Trump and gained significant notoriety when he led a group of GOP lawmakers to storm a closed-door deposition at the House of Representatives last fall. The deposition was being conducted by House Democrats as they were gathering information for the impeachment inquiry against President Trump.

Gaetz frequently makes the rounds on Fox News and other prominent news outlets, and the congressman has quickly gained a national audience while doing his best to advance the President’s agenda.

To many, this looks like a heavy-handed audition for a big promotion: the presidency. Mr. Gaetz has denied it, but since it is four years down the road, we will take that with a grain of salt. So much can change, especially if there doesn’t appear to be a strong GOP candidate emerging for the 2024 primaries. In that case, Gaetz would have a perfect opening to swoop in and pitch himself as a fresh-faced conservative ready to take the world’s highest office.

> https://mnrepublic.com/4956/news/a-way-too-early-list-of-potential-2024-gop-presidential-candidates/

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"Senators & Governors tend to prevail"

Who Will Run in the 2024 Election? Analysis and Predictions


He likes Rand... thinks "another Trump is a longshot"

On Dem side:  Tulsi Gabbard... Joe Kennedy could be a long shot

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POST, impeachment Failure #2

If the GOP wins big in the midterms, they should impeach both Biden & Harris, so long as someone like Jim Jordan is the speaker, and would become President, awaiting Trump in 4 years, possibly.  It would be simple KARMA for Demwits!   (these Fks are committing real crimes, and there will be more by two years from now.  The Dems & Media may think this is impossible, but the patriots and other abused people are getting more and more angry, with illegitimate Dems in power.)

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Trump Promises a 'Bright, Limitless American Future' as He Blasts Impeachment Trial as 'Witch Hunt'

On Saturday, the US Senate voted to acquit former US President Donald Trump on a single count of "incitement of insurrection" in the deadly 6 January Capitol riot. Trump is the first US president to be impeached twice in the House and acquitted twice by the Senate.

Former US President Donald Trump has slammed the second impeachment trial as another phase of the "greatest witch hunt in the history of our country", releasing a statement after the Senate voted to acquit him for the second time.

In the statement, Trump suggested that there was "so much work ahead of us, and soon we will emerge with a vision for a bright, radiant, and limitless American future", without elaborating, however, what his supporters could expect.


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After his success in FLorida, Gov. Ron Desantis must be on the list along with Dakota's ....

Keeping FLA Free:
Gov. DeSantis: Florida 'Free State' Ready to Thrive Post-COVID
Florida is hot and that is not a weather report, but an economic  

> https://www.newsmax.com/politics/rondesantis-florida-pandemic-economy/2021/02/14/id/1009978/

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