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Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio says if Donald Trump runs for president again in 2024, there is not a single person who could beat the 45th president in the Republican primary.

During an interview on Newsmax, Rubio called Trump “the most popular and most influential Republican in America.”

“I think he’ll still be that in ’22 and ’24, and if decides to run for the president and the nomination, he’s going to be the party’s nominee,” Rubio told Newsmax host Greg Kelly. “That’s the way I see it.

“He hasn’t made that decision. It’s still a long way down the road, but if Donald Trump decides to run in 2024 again, he’s going to be the Republican nominee, and I think almost everyone that I’ve talked to would agree with that,” he added.

Trump endorsed Rubio ahead of his 2022 re-election bid, giving him an extra boost in an election that he is already favored to win.

“We worked very well together with the Trump White House and the president,” Rubio said. “We did a lot of positive things together, a very productive time and a very good working relationship.”

“And, plus, this is one of the things we don’t pick up on: This is an extra special endorsement because he’s a resident and voter in Florida. So, I don’t just need his endorsement, I need his vote and the votes of all his family who are also moving to Florida,” he said.

It may be nearly four years until the 2024 presidential election, but political handicappers are already sizing up the field for the Republican Party.

If Trump runs again, there’s no doubt the party is behind him and he would win the nomination.

According to a Washington Times/CPAC poll, Trump is the overwhelming favorite to win the 2024 GOP nomination.

The poll found that over 95% of respondents approved of the job that Trump did as president.

More than two-thirds of respondents said that they wanted Trump to run again, while 15% said they did not, and 17% were unsure.

A staggering 95% of respondents want the GOP to continue pursuing the policies of Trump.

If Trump were to run for president again, 55% of respondents said they would vote for him, followed by 21% for Florida GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis, and 4% for South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem.

If Trump is not on the ticket in 2024, a whopping 43% of respondents said that they would vote for DeSantis, followed by 11% for Noem.

Here are the findings from the straw poll, via Daily Wire:

When it comes to former President Donald Trump’s issue agenda and policies, which of the following comes closest to your personal opinion?

  1. Republicans should continue Donald Trump’s issue agenda and policies – 95%
  2. Republicans should change direction and move away from Donald Trump’s issue agenda and policies – 3%
  3. Unsure – 2%

Would you like to see Donald Trump run for president again in 2024?

  1. Yes – 68%
  2. No – 15%
  3. Unsure – 17%

Thinking ahead, if the 2024 Republican primary for president in your state were held today among the following candidates, for whom would you vote?

  1. Donald Trump – 55%
  2. Ron DeSantis – 21%
  3. Kristi Noem – 4%
  4. Nikki Haley – 3%
  5. Mike Pompeo – 2%

Now among a different list of candidates, which does not include Trump, if the 2024 Republican primary for president in your state were held today, for whom would you vote?

  1. Ron DeSantis – 43%
  2. Kristi Noem – 11%
  3. Donald Trump Jr. – 8%
  4. Mike Pompeo – 7%
  5. Ted Cruz – 7%

It’s clearly Trump’s to lose if he chooses to run again in 2024.

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AWKWARD and ANGRY: NBC News Host Craig Melvin Asks Kamala Harris If She’s Heard About Biden-Liz Cheney Ticket In 2024? [VIDEO]

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This afternoon, Kamala Harris was interviewed by NBC News’ Craig Melvin. The unpopular Harris, who was likely prepared for a typical softball interview from the reliably Democrat-friendly network, was visibly shaken by the direct questions asked by the NBC News host.

Harris, whose disastrous ratings could be headed for single digits if she stays on course with her current actions, spent much of the interview rambling incoherently. When challenged on failures by her or her inept boss, she snaps back at the NBC host, reminding everyone of how unlikeable she is and why multiple staff members, who say she acts like a “bully,” have quit working for her.

The NBC News host asked Kamala if it’s time for her administration to change course on how they handle COVID? She responded, “It is time for us to do what we have been doing, and that time is every day. Every day, it is time for us to agree that there are things and tools that are available to us to slow this thing down.”

Huh???

Melvin asked when the 500 million tests would be sent out to every American are going to be sent out. Harris didn’t have a clue but said, “soon.”

When asked about Biden comparing the voting rights bill to the civil rights bill, Harris said, “President Biden took the I believe right and courageous step to say that Senate rules should not get in the way of protecting the American people’s access to the ballot.” Again…huh???

An angry Kamala Harris told Melvin that she would not absolve Republicans or moderate Democrats like Senator Kristen Sinema (AZ) and Joe Manchin (WV) of their responsibility to vote to eliminate the filibuster as a way to ram the Democrat’s voter-cheating HR1 bill through the Senate.

Melvin asked Kamala if she’s familiar with the news reports out there that are saying there could be a Biden-Liz Cheney ticket in 2024? A visibly aggravated Harris said she really could care less about “high-class gossip.” And boom… the interview ended.

Watch:

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Trump blames ‘antiquated’ campaign finance laws for reason he won’t reveal 2024 running plans

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Former President Trump continues to hint that he will seek reelection in 2024, saying supporters will “be very happy” with his decision but stopping short of committing over what he calls “antiquated and stupid” campaign finance laws.

“The campaign finance laws, which are antiquated and stupid, they’re corrupt in a way, but they’re stupid, don’t allow me to tell you that,?” Trump told Fox Business’ Maria Bartiromo, who had asked about his 2024 plans.

Trump gave a similar response when asked Tuesday night by Fox New Channel opinion show host Sean Hannity about his 2024 plans. 

The former president has been on the media circuit this week, ahead of a speech he is set to deliver in Alabama on Saturday in conjunction with the state Republican Party’s summer meeting.

The criticism of current President Joe Biden’s handling of the collapse of Afghanistan this week, the continued crisis at the southern border, the Covid-19 pandemic, China, and a host of other problems, has been free-flowing from Trump.

“They see this man who is president destroying our country,” Trump has said. “We were energy independent six months ago. Today they are negotiating with OPEC. OPEC just told them no … I filled up the national oil reserve when oil was cheap. I filled them up for almost nothing … now they want to use oil that I just bought to bring down prices. My price was $1.87 per gallon. Now it’s going to be over $5.” 

The former president was also heavily critical of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell for his effort to rally a significant faction of his party around passing the $1.2 trillion so-called “bipartisan” infrastructure deal.

“People don’t care if it’s bipartisan. They want good deals. He got 19 people, including himself to vote and to give them a victory. They didn’t have a victory for a long time. They were dying at the border, dying in Afghanistan, they were dying all over the place, the Democrats. He wanted to give them a victory,” said Trump of McConnell, adding the longtime Senate leader and Kentucky Republican should “be ashamed of himself.” 

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Trump Spokeswoman Warns: No ‘Next Election’ Without Repairing 2020 Contest

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The U.S. has to “fix” what happened in the 2020 election otherwise there’s not going to be a “next election,” said Liz Harrington, former President Donald Trump’s spokeswoman, in a televised interview.

“When all these Republicans and RINOs (Republican In Name Only) suddenly start pretending like they cared about election integrity, it’s always the next election,” she said. “Well, what the base is focused on, what the average American is focused on, regardless of your party if you were paying attention during the election, what you were focused on, is we can never allow this to happen again. And we have to fix what happened in 2020 or otherwise there’s not going to be a next election,” Harrington told One America News Network’s Natalie Harp on Monday.

“Really, all this talk now of election integrity and stopping H.R. 1, stopping the John Lewis Voting Rights Act, isn’t that an admission that something was wrong on Nov. 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7? All the aftermath and all the rigging and all the cheating that went on — that is an acknowledgment that the system that the Democrats and their allies in big tech put into place [that] they’re trying to make permanent,” she said.

“The best poll was Election Day, seeing the turnout and really the best truth because we know these counties like Fulton County in Georgia, Wayne County in Detroit, in Phoenix, Maricopa, in Allegheny, in Philadelphia. We know they’ve been crooked for decades, but the turnout on Election Day made them take it to a whole different level.”

And in a Monday tweet she noted: “They’ll call it an ‘election’ but it won’t be in any real sense. It will be a Fake Election like 2020, whatever predetermined outcome Big Tech, Media, the Uniparty want — no matter how many real voters stand in their way We won’t let it happen!”

Meanwhile, Trump told Newsmax on June 25 that he’ll make an “announcement” about 2024 “in the not too distant future,” adding that “you’re going to be thrilled” with the election results that year.

“I’ll be making an announcement in the not too distant future,” Trump told Newsmax’s “Wake Up America.” “Right now, I’m helping a lot of people get into office, and we’re fighting the deep state, and we’re fighting [the] radical left. They’re after me. They’re after Rudy [Giuliani], they’re after you, probably. They’re after anybody. They’re vicious. They’re vicious, and they don’t do a good job and they’re very bad for the country… But I’ve been fighting them for 5.5 years.

“I think you’re going to be thrilled” with the results of the 2024 elections. “I think you’re going to be very happy. We want a little time to go by, maybe watch what happens in [2022]. We’re giving tremendous endorsements … and some people go up 40, 50, 60 points.”

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