Top 10 Reasons Why Biden Will Win If He Runs for Reelection Against Trump in 2024
Definitely looks like Newsome is the presumptive nominee, since he is campaigning every day across the country and ignoring California. This won't be good.
He did get to hit over a fifty percent approval, something Trump never hit in his presidency in nearly every single poll.
Just for the in-general answer.
Except for the part about funneling bribery money through his son Hunter, and other relatives.
No question about it when comparing this man to a malignant narcissist who acts childish.
Can't wait for all of those commercials in 2024 that will go "hey, remember when Trump did this, and THIS happened?"
This, and the impeachment trial, will probably leave a huge impact on the next few elections.
His popularity dwindled when this happened, and thousands of Republicans have already left. They are not gaining voters at this moment.
Trump said he would have a vaccine before the end of 2020, everyone laughed and ridiculed the mere possibility. Magically, the vaccine was announced 4 days after the election. Despite the naysayers being caught with their pants down, Trump immediately created a rollout, ramping up super fast, starting with first responders and health care workers; hundreds of thousands every day. On Trumps final day in office alone, over one million vaccines were administered. Biden's "team" just picked it up and kept going. Ironically, up until then, Biden's team was saying they would never take the "Trump Vaccine".
Yes, and he does have a vaccine rollout plan, even before he was president, which he already had a team.
I don't think he will ever win the electoral college.
Texas is trending bluer. North Carolina has usually been a very purple state in the past decade, and voter suppression is extreme in that state. Kansas isn't trending blue in any way.
I would keep an eye on Georgia, Arizona, and Stacey Abrams.
It's not going to likely work, and I only expect a few to follow this like Ben Sasse. The rest of them would have already been retired or lost in a primary. Mitt Romney will probably lose next year because of his courage.
I think it could work
The last time a Republican won the popular vote is sixteen years ago. The electoral college is affirmative action for Republicans, and almost nobody uses an electoral system like this.
And this is starting to come to light and therefore causing people to go democratic
This one is correct, as the saying goes, if you are under 35 and don't vote democrat, you don't have a heart. If you are over 35 and don't vote republican, you don't have a brain.
It was odd though, that the vaccine magically materialized exactly 4 days after the election. Dems spent the next two months screaming that they would never take any vaccine created by Trump. Then once Biden was in office, they took credit for it.
There was even a recording of Trump saying that he always wanted to downplay it.