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Trump: 2024 Race ‘Reminds Me So Much of 2016′

Trump has a good feeling about 2024.

45th President Donald Trump believes the 2024 election will be more like his 2016 victory than the disputed 2020 election, according to a statement he released today.

“This election cycle reminds me so much of 2016,” wrote Trump on Truth Social, “much more so than 2020.”

Most familiar, Trump noted, is moderate conservative media being “terrible” in their coverage of his campaign.

“Fox News and The Wall Street Journal were terrible to me, much like today,” he wrote, “UNTIL I WON THE ELECTION.”

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Trump also noted that CNN, now downsizing under a more moderate CEO, “actually had great ratings” during the 2016 campaign, when “they covered me no matter where I went, 24/7.”

Like 2016, Trump finds himself out of office, and wildly popular with the Republican base. Also like 2016, the Republican establishment is largely wary of Trump’s third bid, and seems excited about the prospect of more establishment figures Mike Pence and Mike Pompeo.

Also like 2016, when Trump won a fierce battle against Sen. Ted Cruz, who was previously considered to be the most conservative candidate in the race, the former president may face a conservative challenge from Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.

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Unlike the 2016 race, when Trump slowly rose through the polls over the course of 2015 and early 2016, Trump continues to poll well ahead of other Republicans.

DeSantis remains his closest challenger, and even beat Trump in one outlier poll taken shortly after the Republican Party’s mediocre midterm performance.

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Since then, however, another poll released shows Trump ahead of DeSantis by 30 points.

The poll found that 55% of Republicans support the former president in a hypothetical 2024 Republican primary match up, with DeSantis coming in second place with 25%.

In virtually every poll taken since Trump left office, he and DeSantis are the only candidates polling in double digits.

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Tom Pappert is the Editor-in-Chief of Valiant News. He has worked in political news and commentary since 2015, when he began supporting Trump on a left wing college campus. You can follow him on Twitter @realTomPappert, on Gab @realGodEmperorTrump, on Facebook at Tom Pappert, or see his other social media by visiting tompappert.com. Tips can be sent securely to [email protected].

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    HEY TARDO JOE WE ARE SICK OF YOU , THE HOMOS ,AND THE TRAN-O'S , RESIGN

    December 1, 2022 at 3:15 pm

    TRUMP / PENCE 2024 OR SOONER !!!!

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      peasant

      December 1, 2022 at 3:25 pm

      PENCE???????? You’re F’ing kidding me, RIGHT!?????

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    ssilv48

    December 1, 2022 at 4:56 pm

    Forget about any Republican win, you clowns still have dominion and why America is the only country with mail in ballots and still keeping the criminal dominion just reminds me of how STUPID THEY ARE, AND YOU WANT ME TO DONATE??????

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    mike

    December 1, 2022 at 7:58 pm

    Consider the only people that say Trump can’t win are the talking heads. RINOs and Democrats want to scare the voters. “Trump can’t win, he too divisive.” Also, are things going to be any better in the next 2 years? I doubt it.

    Who will bring out the voters? Romney? Jeb? Kristie Kreme? Youngkin needs more time. DeSantis would definitely be next after Trump. However, the US Constitution prohibits the President and VP being from the same state.

    I say just watch the enthusiasm at the rallies for Trump and the others.

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