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NYU Professor Predicts Trump Will Drop 2024 Presidential Bid

Matt Lillywhite

Scott Galloway, a professor at New York University, recently explained why he believes that Donald Trump will drop out of the 2024 Presidential election race...

NYU professor Scott Galloway recently predicted that Donald Trump will drop his 2024 Presidential Campaign bid in exchange for a plea deal. "I think President Trump is not going to run for president under the auspices of a plea deal," he said during a podcast interview.

"He has a very nice life, and his life can be going back to golf... which I think is a good thing… I’m not being cynical. I would like to do more of that at some point in my life," continued Scott Galloway. “Or he can live under the threat of prison. And I think that once the third indictment, I think the laws specifically around these state secrets, I think that he is running for president and the momentum he has is real leverage and power. And I think he’s going to cash that leverage and power in for a plea deal that includes no jail time."

It's important to note that Donald Trump is currently leading the pack among GOP candidates, according to recent polling data. So, if Donald Trump does eventually drop out of the race, it's anyone's guess as to who will become the Republican nominee.

Several candidates are reportedly close to qualifying for the upcoming GOP debate in Wisconsin. "The six candidates who have almost met the polling and donor criteria to make the debate in Milwaukee next month are former President Donald Trump, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott, tech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy and former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie," per NBC News.

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