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Trump Campaign Sets Its Eyes On Early Win And Reveals Timeline, Primary Already Over?

The Trump campaign is confident that the 45th President will secure a relatively early win in the 2024 GOP primaries.

Campaign officials and pundits both agree that Donald J. Trump is likely to secure the Republican nomination for President of the United States in March.

My thought is that this is almost certainly the case—like 99.879% certain. Why are there even GOP primary debates at this point? We all know who the nominee is.

Many have already had enough of this charade and are done pretending that Chris Christie or Nikki Haley have a chance to win the nomination.

Political columnist and journalist Brian Cates predicts: “I pretty much expect Trump to win every single primary up to and including Super Tuesday. 10 states have their GOP primary/caucus prior to March 5, Super Tuesday next year. 14 states have their primaries on Super Tuesday, so by March 6, 24 states will have voted. I expect Trump to win all 24.”

According to Reuters:

The team believes Trump is on track to win 1,478 delegates by then, based on a mix of public and internal polls, said the official, who requested anonymity to discuss the campaign.

That would be more than enough delegates needed to win a majority of the total of 2,429 delegates.

One individual wrote: “The GOP primary barely existed but is now basically done. Donald Trump has won the nomination short of death or shenanigans by the uniparty GOP in a brokered convention.”

Don Jr. Remarked: “All of these guys know deep down that it’s over, but their goal isn’t to win the nomination, it’s to try to damage Trump and help Biden win next November!”

Fox News provided some of the latest polling data:

Trump’s support stands at 69% in the primary race. That’s up 7 points since November and fully 26 points since February.

Ron DeSantis receives 12% support (down 1 point since November), Nikki Haley gets 9% (-1), Vivek Ramaswamy 5% (-2), Chris Christie 2% (-1), and Asa Hutchinson 1% (steady).


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