Asa Hutchinson Wouldn't Support Trump 2024 Run

Asa Hutchinson Wouldn't Support Trump 2024 Run

While speaking with Fox News hosts Harris Faulkner and Bill Hemmer about the passing of conservative radio personality Rush Limbaugh on Wednesday, Trump answered questions about the late radio personality's take on the 2020 USA presidential election, once again insisting that he had "won" on November 3.

"He'll only define the party if we let him", Hutchinson said.

He said he has no problem with the former president speaking at CPAC, but added they should be looking at "a different voice for the future of the party". A spokesman for Trump did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Biden received 81.2 million votes, while Trump secured 74.2 million in the national popular vote. "But I would not support him for reelection in 2024".

Furthermore, 83% of registered voters polled by the think tank a year ago claimed it "really matters" who wins the presidency in 2020, versus any other point in the last two decades.

The two are trying to push the party in opposite directions, McConnell back toward the roots of a budget-focused, pro-trade party, while Trump, who is still backed by a large portion of the Republican voter base, advocates a more populist approach.

In a vicious attack laced with ingratitude, Trump accused Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of "lack of political insight, wisdom, skill, and personality", just days after Senate Republicans- under McConnell's leadership - thwarted Democrats' effort to convict him on the impeachment charge that he incited the deadly January 6 Capitol riot.

"I'm sorry what happened on January 6", Graham said even though he voted against convicting Trump for inciting the insurrection.

"Mitch is a dour, sullen, and unsmiling political hack, and if Republican Senators are going to stay with him, they will not win again", Trump said in the statement.

Former President Donald Trump will be in attendance, however, as he is scheduled to make his first major public appearance since leaving office.

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