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Trump overwhelmingly leads straw poll. Trump leads the Turning Point USA summit straw poll for the 2024 Republican presidential candidacy.
Tampa, FL – Trump leads the Turning Point USA summit straw poll for the 2024 Republican presidential candidacy. 78.7% of attendees at the TPUSA meeting stated they would vote for Trump in 2024. Fox News has confirmed that former President Donald Trump swept the 2024 Republican presidential nomination straw poll at the Turning Point USA Student Action Summit on Sunday, reports Fox News.
TPUSA asked conference participants, who were young activists from throughout the country, about who they would vote for in 2024 if Trump decided to run again. The straw poll was sponsored by Turning Point Action, linked with TPUSA.
78.7% of participants indicated that they would vote for Trump. 19% said they would vote for Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, 1% said they would vote for South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, 0.5% said they would vote for former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, 0.3% said they would vote for Sen. Ted Cruz, 0.3% said they would vote for former Amb. Nikki Haley, and 0.3% said they would vote for former Vice President Mike Pence.
Trump will likely announce 2024 run soon Trump hinted at a 2024 presidential run in his Saturday night conference address.
Trump hinted at a 2024 presidential run in his Saturday night conference address. On the second day of the Turning Point USA Student Action Summit, he delivered the keynote address. Trump’s address was preceded by one by DeSantis, who, along with Trump, is seen as one of the most prominent possible GOP candidates for 2024.
Trump stated on Saturday that he won the 2016 election, erroneously claimed he won the 2020 election, and said, “now we may just have to do it again.”
Later in the address, Trump stated, “If I stayed home, if I announced that I was not going to run for office, the persecution of Donald Trump would immediately stop,” “However, they want me to do this. And what do you know? I cannot possibly do it.”
Trump concluded his address by stating that his reelection slogan, “keep America great,” is now obsolete under President Biden’s administration. Trump, though, stated that “we will make America great again.”
- Alexandra Brinkley is a News Desk writer for Patriot911News. She seeks out the truth and reports the news based on facts.
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