News, David Jolly, Republican Party, 2024 Election

News, David Jolly

Trump will 'kneecap' GOP presidential nominee if he doesn't run, says ex-Republican lawmaker

'There's no off-ramp for Donald Trump that is gracious and empowers other Republicans behind him,' David Jolly said Sunday.

10/25/2021 12:24:00 AM

'There's no off-ramp for Donald Trump that is gracious and empowers other Republicans behind him,' David Jolly said Sunday.

'There's no off-ramp for Donald Trump that is gracious and empowers other Republicans behind him,' David Jolly said Sunday.

.The poll, published by Grinnell and Seltzer & Company on Wednesday, found that Biden and Trump each had the support of 40 percent of likely voters. The survey found 14 percent of voters said they would vote for"someone else," while 4 percent said they were undecided and 1 percent said they wouldn't cast a ballot. Witt also noted that

Biden's support among independents has fallen.Witt asked Jolly what he thinks of the recent polling and"the fact that these are Trump's numbers after January 6," the date when supporters of the former president stormed the U.S. Capitol.

Former Republican congressman David Jolly argued Sunday that Donald Trump would end up hurting the GOP presidential nominee in 2024 if he doesn't seek the office himself. Above, Trump arrives for a rally on October 9 in Des Moines, Iowa.Scott Olson headtopics.com

Democratsto improve their messaging, their policymaking, and I think you'll see a stronger Joe Biden a couple years from now if he's facing re-election.""But what it does say is Donald Trump very likely could be the nominee of the Republican Party and he very well might win, but it's a slim chance. This is a person who lost the popular vote twice, and so the Catch-22 for Republicans is, if he decides to run and gets the nomination, you're going into '24 with a losing candidate," he added.

Another pollreleased by Redfield & Wilton Strategies Thursdayfound Biden with a slim margin over Trump in a hypothetical matchup. Of those surveyed, 42 percent said they would vote for Biden, and 40 percent said they would vote for Trump if they were candidates in the 2024 presidential election.

Trump hasn't formally announced that he is running in the next presidential election, but has suggested he is strongly considering a second bid for the White House.Newsweekhas reached out to Trump's press office for comment. Read more: Newsweek »

Jury finds Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty on all counts

A Wisconsin jury found Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty on all counts after the Illinois teenager shot and killed two men and wounded a third at a protest last year.

Elisabe26943729 Oh yes there is... DavidJollyFL Off ramp,excellent description. I’ve been saying that for months. They are stuck with the story and will have to drown with it.

GOP Gov. Hutchinson says Republicans should embrace future, move on from Trump lossTrump said earlier this month, 'If we don't solve the Presidential Election Fraud of 2020…Republicans will not be voting in '22 or '24.' Now that he has in his “official capacity” conceded to being the 2020 LOSER. All true Trump patriots know he means immediately. 👇👍 Sometimes fortunes come walking in front door... It's a deal. No take backs.

Joe Biden leads Donald Trump by 2 points in hypothetical 2024 matchup: PollNeither Biden or Trump have officially announced a bid for 2024. However, Trump has repeatedly teased a return to the White House and 2024 campaign since leaving office. LET'S GO BRANDON!!!! LMFAO!!!!

Army 'Psy Ops' Expert Part Of Trump Team 'Command Center' To Overturn Vote: ReportPlots to subvert the will of American voters were discussed in a 'war room' at the Willard in downtown Washington, D.C., reports The Washington Post. good luck Shocked (not) November 11th, 2021 marks ONE YEAR since the first NoOneUnscripted warning about Donald's seditious conspiracy.

Politics Was Riddled With Celebrities Long Before TrumpActors, musicians, and athletes entering U.S. politics isn’t a new trend — in fact, it may be one of the oldest. In my lifetime I remember it started with George Murphy, he was a song & dance movie star who became a Republican Senator from California and said racist things, followed by Sonny Bono, who became a (R)Congressman from CA. That moron Regan. Then Schwarzenegger. All Republicans. Social Media created the abomination that is Trump.

In civil suit, Trump testifies under oath for more than four hours.MaddowBlog: Former President Trump participated in his first deposition in several years, and he 'conducted himself in a manner that you would expect Mr. Trump to conduct himself.' MaddowBlog January6thCmte BennieGThompson JudiciaryDems BennieGThompson RepAdamSchiff RepPeteAguilar RepLizCheney RepStephMurphy RepRaskin RepElaineLuria RE: TRUMP, READ THESE COURT DOCKETS Atlanta GA 11th Cir Appeals Court 20-13921-BB FL middle district 5:20-cv-00393-JSM-PRL MaddowBlog Donald is psychologically deeply damaged warns Trump's niece, Mary a psychologist 'He is going to get worse' MaddowBlog So he was surly and uncooperative and shat himself?

Texas lt. gov. pays up $25,000 bounty for voter fraud case (committed by a Trump voter)Rachel Maddow revisits the bounties offered by Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick for cases of voter fraud, which most people assumed was just a stunt, and talks with Eric Frank, a Pennsylvania poll worker whose report of a Trump voter trying to vote twice led to a voter fraud conviction, and who has now received a check for $25,000 from Patrick's campaign. How ironic So there WAS fraud? In the most secure election in history?