The Republican Party is facing an identity crisis in the wake of the tsunami that never happened.
After a third consecutive election in which the Republican Party lost and was disappointed, who will become the party’s leader? Sen. Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo. Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo.)
According to the Wyoming Republican, Florida Governor. Ron DeSantis de facto is the leader of the Republican Party.
“The question is: Who is the current leader of the Republican Party?” She replied, “Oh, Ron DeSantis. ” “Ron DeSantis is the leader and representative for the Republican Party, regardless of whether he wants to. ”
Lummis supported her claim by citing DeSantis’ landslide victory in reelection. This translates to more than a 1.5million votes.
As governor, DeSantis has made the Sunshine State a swing state for Barack Obama in 2008, and 2012. It was also a heavily red state. He has been able to turn around constituencies that had historically supported Democrats.
Some Republican legislators, including Reps. Elise Stefanik and Richard Hudson in New York and Jim Banks, in Indiana, have already endorsed Trump as president. While some Republican lawmakers have already endorsed Trump for president, most Republicans are hesitant to support him.
Senator John Cornyn (Republican, Texas) answered the question “No.” “I am certain that I will vote for the Republican Party nominee. However, I think there will be a primary election. ”
Sen. John Thune (R.S.D.) John Thune (R.S.D.) agreed that “it is obvious that running for relitigating the 2020 election isn’t a winning strategy.” “I’m not supporting anyone at the moment. ”
Senator Lindsey Graham, a Republican from South Carolina, said that he would wait to see what happens in Georgia before voting.
Trump has not yet announced his 2024 campaign. He has however set a Mar-a-Lago major news announcement for Tuesday. Trump will then launch his 2024 campaign.
DeSantis leads Trump by a wide margin in key early primary states, according to a new poll.
According to the Club for Growth polling memos, Trump leads DeSantis by at least two digits (New Hampshire) among likely Republican voters. Trump also leads by at least 20% in Florida and Georgia.