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President Trump Issues NEW Statement!

Another day, another RINO makes the headlines.

This time it is New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu, a self-styled, never-Trump figure who takes every chance he gets to drum up opposition to President Trump.

Sununu has taken to the internet, the mainstream media, and the printed corporate press to announce that he will not be running for President. …

He claims that this is part of his broader effort to give all serious, non-Trump candidates a better shot at the 2024 GOP nomination. …How noble of him.

President Trump issued a response to Sununu’s latest outbursts:

The far-left Daily Beast reports:

Sununu said he instead wanted to focus on stopping Trump from getting the GOP nomination.

“If he is the nominee, Republicans will lose again,” Sununu wrote.

“Just as we did in 2018, 2020 and 2022. This is indisputable, and I am not willing to let it happen without a fight.”

Here is a recent CNN clip of Sununu discussing why President Trump cannot be the 47th President of the United States.

Keep in mind that this is coming from someone who has absolutely no shot at becoming a U.S. President.

Sununu continued to air his perspective via an op-ed he wrote for The Washington Post. He briefly explained his reasoning in a tweet:

“I will not seek the Republican nomination for president in 2024. The stakes are too high for a crowded field to hand the nomination to a candidate who earns just 35 percent of the vote, and I will help to ensure this does not happen.”


NBC News ran a similar story:

A former Republican governor (Chris Christie of New Jersey) believes the best way to stop Donald Trump from being president again is running against him.

A current Republican governor (Chris Sununu of New Hampshire) decided NOT to run for president to prevent Trump from being the party’s nominee.

It all underscores how — seven years after he won the GOP presidential nomination and the White House — Trump’s Republican critics still haven’t settled on the best way to defeat him.


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