For any Republican who may be skeptical of Donald Trump’s tactics, there has emerged one leader above the rest recently:
The former vice president has pleased enough of the Republican party that there are many people who are considering him a legitimate contender for the presidency in 2024.
At the very least, he’s probably third on the depth chart.
Depending on who you talk to, Donald Trump or Ron DeSantis are the most popular right now.
They hold a pretty decent lead over the rest of the field, but Pence is hanging in there better than most.
Josh Kraushaar recently described what so many people like about Pence on Special Report.
That doesn’t mean Kraushaar is ready to hand the nomination to Pence though.
Mikey still has a lot of work to do.
“Yeah, I mean, we now have Mike Pence who’s kind of emerged as the leader of the Trump skeptical Republicans, not anti-Trump Republicans, but folks who want to get a little bit more establishment want to see a different Republican nominee in 2024. And he notched some pretty big political victories by endorsing Brian Kemp when Trump won with David Perdue in Georgia. He’s rallying behind Karen Taylor Robson in Arizona, who’s got momentum in that big, big governor’s race primary. But, you know, you look at all the national polls about who is popular in the Republican Party. Mike Pence barely rates. He’s sort of made enemies with Democrats from his time in the Trump administration. And he’s not winning any fans among a lot of Republicans either.”
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