Trump Faces Extra Hurdle In 2024

Representative Adam Kinzinger, a Republican from Illinois, recently appeared on CNN.

While there, he spoke about one of the MANY tough challenges Donald Trump would face if he decided to run for office in 2024.

“Many” would “move heaven and earth to ensure he doesn’t win.”

The response came after Kinzinger was asked what kind of challenge there would be to Donald Trump within the Republican Party.

Kinzinger seemed to think there would be quite a lot.

“Final question if I can,” host Sciutto asked. “You are among the names mentioned who might challenge him for the nomination in 2024, should he decide to run. It looks more and more like he will run, maybe Liz Cheney, perhaps Mike Pence. Do you believe there will be a competitive GOP primary that you will get the opportunity to do so? We saw steps in 2020 where the GOP closed the path to challenges. Do you believe that will happen again, or will you get a shot?”

Kinzinger began his reply by saying he didn’t know exactly how interested HE was in challenging Donald Trump, but that he was sure somebody would.

“I don’t know if I’m interested in it. It is not something I’m pursuing. I want our party to be better. I want our country to be better. In terms of, yeah, I think somebody will carry the torch of what I call actually pro-American Republicanism.”

“I don’t know who that necessarily will be,” Kinzinger concluded. “I’m focusing on the Country First stuff. There is a lot of desire out there for something different. But look, if Donald Trump gets the Republican nomination, there are many of us that will move heaven and earth to ensure he doesn’t win. I think that’s the most important. He cannot be president again.”

Source: Breitbart


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