worldI know how the proverb goes. If you don’t succeed the first time, grump like a toddler and baselessly claim the election was stolen from you, then try and try again. It seems almost certain that Donald Trump will run for president in his 2024 year. Rumors have been flying since then. Over the past few days, Trump advisers have dropped hints in the media that the former president will run, and Trump himself has teased a comeback at events across the country. is skeptical of the idea that a man who reportedly drinks 12 cans of Diet Coke a day likes to flush White House documents down the toilet and may be embroiled in multiple lawsuits. gathered together. He becomes the strongest man in the world again.
So when will Trump make this cursed announcement? Perhaps, with any luck, as soon as he turns in this column. And I’m not the only one nervous about Trump’s timing. Many Republicans reportedly called Trump frantically on Monday, begging him not to announce his candidacy until after Tuesday’s midterm elections. The midterm elections are overshadowed by Democratic voters being rushed to the polls. I suggested that I should mark my calendar. “We want nothing to detract from the importance of tomorrow,” he added.
I know it’s harsh to think that we may all have to suffer for two years under Trump (and we don’t even understand the fact that he might win), but this Horror shows have silver lining. The unofficial frontrunner for the Republican Party is Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, whom Trump is very frustrated with. Trump helped DeSantis go from relative obscurity to right-wing darling when he endorsed him in 2018. But DeSantis hasn’t kissed the ring enough since. because he reached Strategy No 1 in the How to Be a Political Genius handbook. Trump unveiled a new nickname for the governor of Florida, “Ron DeSanctimonias,” on Saturday. He’s not bad, but he seems to be trying a little harder. Perhaps it’s because they’re actually trying very hard. According to The New York Times, “Trump privately tests DeSantis’ derisive nicknames with friends and advisers, including the disdain he used on Saturday.” I know you have to worry about it, but I love the idea of Trump convening a small writer’s room and everyone workshops nicknames for his nemesis.
As for strategy, I think Democrats should weaponize Trump’s insecurities as much as possible. Democrats should call operatives Trump and say, “Hey, did you hear what DeSanctimonias said about you?” Then they should call DeSantis and say, “Hey, did you hear what Trump said about you?” Then they’ll have to sit back and watch two of the most popular – and most awful – Republicans tear each other apart.Forget Nixon’s “madman theory.” See Madawi’s Middle School Political Theory.