Donald Trump has been removed from Twitter for using it to fuel an insurrection that killed five people. He has since founded his own social platform, Truth Social. Not surprisingly, he is plagued with lawsuits and fraud investigations. He uses it like Twitter.
Now he has many grudges to pursue. His hated/beloved mainstream media voice, not just part of the Republican Party itself, is one of the main reasons why his influence on the Republican Party is compiling the worst midterm election results by the opposition. I’m observing that it’s possible. The candidates Trump endorsed and supported his theory that the 2020 presidential election was “stolen” are: number of key races They often run behind non-MAGA Republicans in their states. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who has strategically avoided ties with Trump since 2020 despite previously being a major supporter, won re-election by double digits and will run for 2024. It has been widely touted as a candidate for the presidential nomination of the year.
Trump doesn’t care about this characterization of recent events or the suggestion that someone other than him could win the 2024 primary.
• Losing Colorado Republican Candidate Joe O’Dea, for keeping a distance from the party’s MAGA wing. (He “lost hard” and “could have won,” but “had a death wish.”)
• Ron DeSantis for supporting Odia(“Ron de Sanctimonias”)
• Ron DeSantisbecause he got fewer votes in Florida in 2022 than Trump got in 2020.
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• “News Corp Board Member Paul Ryan” and “Broken Old Crow Mitch McConnell” That’s because they didn’t secure funding for the border wall during their respective terms as House Speaker and Senate Majority Leader in 2017-2018.
• Republican New Hampshire Senate Candidate Don Bolduc (who lost) for denying the “stolen election” rhetoric during the general election (albeit temporarily).
• fox news againwhich aired recent criticism of him and for not supporting him well enough in 2015 and 2016.
• Facebookfor suspending his account when Twitter went down.
• New York Times reporter Maggie Habermanreported that Trump was personally critical of losing Pennsylvania Republican Senate candidate Mehmet Oz.
• Oz, for not being a vocal 2020 election naysayer. “His fault,” Trump wrote. (Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano made stealing the 2020 election the centerpiece of his campaign, but he lost by 10 points over Oz.)
• Republican Virginia Governor Glenn YoungkinFor ostensibly, along with DeSantis, he was one of the prominent Republicans who tried not to be too closely associated with the MAGA movement. Mr Trump wrote:
Here comes an important, if not surprising, point.That suggests Trump could benefit from toning down his rhetoric and ceding the lead role to someone less polarizing who doesn’t listen to people in his party. Question: He supporter Do you agree with these critics? On the one hand, this is his third consecutive disappointing election cycle for the party, especially at the state legislative level this year. Trumpism, on the other hand, is increasingly premised on the faith-based belief that he represents the righteous majority, an event that indicates otherwise orchestrated by his enemies. We have walked this road many times before. actually— and it used to always end with the same place.