The election of 2024 will be an unprecedented event. The impact of former President Donald Trump‘s multiple criminal charges has America polarized. Currently, he is the lead contender for the GOP nomination, however, even if he is not- his impact on our political and criminal justice system cannot be denied. Given 91 criminal charges against our justice system, as a former President, is fodder for a new history book. Unfortunately, it will not be fiction.
The support of Donald Trump by the GOP throughout these yearly events of 4 indictments is amazing. 63% of Republicans, nearly two-thirds support Trump’s bid to run again in 2024. This is currently reported by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. The major question is whether he could win the polarized polls in the November general election.
The first primary debate is to be held next week. At the time of this writing, former President Donald Trump announced that he will not be attending. He opted for an interview with Tucker Carlson instead.
The candidates to date that have qualified include Republicans, DeSantis, Vivek Ramaswamy, Tim Scott, Nikki Haley, Mike Pence, Chris Christie, and Doug Burgum.
Donald Trump to date has refused to sign the RNC pledge.
The Democratic current plan is to counterprogram the Republican debate. Michael Taylor is the communications director for Biden’s 2024 campaign. The reelection campaign on Saturday, August 19, 2023, predicted that the GOP presidential candidates will “out-MAGA each other” in the first GOP debate next week.
The first Republican primary debate will be aired by Fox News and held on August 23, 2023, at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.