Former Clinton Adviser Says It’s ‘Obvious’ Trump Will Win in 2024

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Former Bill Clinton aide Dick Morris says it’s “obvious” that Donald Trump will win in 2024.

In a video posted to his website, Morris said the Republican nominee in 2024 is named Trump and no one else can come close to touching him.

“If Donald Trump runs, and I’m pretty certain that he will, he is going to win the Republican nomination, period,” Morris said.

“He survived two impeachments, and his company now is about to survive an indictment, and God knows what else they have in store for him,” he said.

“But even if he is literally in jail, he will be able to win the Republican nomination,” he added.

“You’ll see it in the primaries of ’22, where all of the candidates he endorses will win the Republican primaries,” he said. “And you see it already in the fawning and scraping going on by so-called ‘moderate’ Republicans to beg Trump for forgiveness and for his endorsement so they can survive their primaries.”

“The Democratic Party is so destroying itself, is so self-destructive, and Biden is doing such a terrible job as president that there is no way that the Democrats are going to win in 2024,” Morris said. “It doesn’t matter who the Republican candidate is, he’s gonna win.”

“It’s obvious to everybody,” he said. “And it’s obvious to everybody that Biden’s policies have caused that, and they’re not going to solve them.

“I believe this election is basically, is almost preordained at this point,” he added.

Donald Trump dropped a big hint last week about his possible future plans.

During a town hall, Fox News host Sean Hannity asked Trump about his plans for the 2024 election and the live audience roared with applause when he responded.

“We don’t have a lot of time, but let’s talk about your future plans,” Hannity began.

“Now…Let me ask the crowd of everybody here, would you like to see the president run again in 2024?” Hannity asked the crowd.

He was met with immediate cheers and applause.

Hannity then asked Trump: “Let me ask you this without giving the answers, have you made up your mind?”

“Yes,” Trump said with a smile.


Trump has not yet made a decision on a 2024 run but hinted that he may soon make an announcement on the endeavor.

“I’ll make a decision in the not-too-distant future, maybe sooner than people think. And I think they’re going to be very happy,” he said.

And Trump has not decided if Pence will run with him again.

“I don’t know, it’s really too soon to tell,” Trump told Fox News on the possibility that Pence could be his running mate.

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