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DONALD TRUMP JR. WILL RUN FOR PRESIDENT IN 2024 AND HE'LL LIKELY WIN REPUBLICAN NOMINATION, GOP STRATEGIST SAYS

DONALD TRUMP JR. WILL RUN FOR PRESIDENT IN 2024 AND HE'LL LIKELY WIN REPUBLICAN NOMINATION, GOP STRATEGIST SAYS


    Republican political strategist Rick Wilson predicted that Donald Trump Jr., the eldest son of the president, will run for office in 2024 and is likely to win the GOP nomination in an op-ed published Thursday by Daily Beast.

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    "There are three 2024 possibilities Republicans claim not to face, but that reflects the continued deterioration and collapse of a once-great party of conservative ideas," wrote Wilson. "Second, the hints that the real 2024 election will be between Donald J. Trump, Jr., and everyone else have been there all along."

    "It is more evident by the day," he said. Trump Jr .— who currently acts as Trump Organization's trustee and executive vice president — was "on the path to fundraising and political activities for Republican candidates," Wilson observed, as an indication that he is contemplating a potential bid for the White House. The president's son is also a favorite of Fox & Friends and his novel, Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Tries to Silence Us is coming out early, continued the GOP strategist.

    "He's fluent in moaning, dick grievance-mongering language which has replaced mainstream conservatism," Wilson said. "It is DJTJ's opening shot for the 2024 nomination whether the GOP wants to be 2024 field knows it or not." He then indicated that Trump Jr. could have an even greater chance of winning the GOP 2024 nomination if his father loses his 2020 reelection bid. "Each of these candidates will spend the year before the election posturing and acting as Donald Trump's sole heir to the legacy," he said. Newsweek reached out for comment to Donald Trump Jr. but did not receive a reply in time for publication.
    Last Thursday, Trump Jr. headlined a rally in support of Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin's re-election bid together with his partner Kimberly Guilfoyle at Pikeville's Appalachian Wireless Arena. consistent with WFPL, the event's organizers had to ask "the audience to maneuver out of the seats and closer to the stage" because the rally was so "sparsely-attended." Roughly around 200 people were attending, WFPL reported.


    In addition to running events to support the GOP, Trump Jr. also frequently tweets attacks at Democratic figures, like former vice-chairman Joe Biden, freshman lawmaker Ilhan Omar, and Senator Kamala Harris. In June, Trump Jr. shared a tweet from a right-wing personality who claimed that Harris wasn't black enough to represent African Americans.

    "Kamala Harris is implying she is descended from American Black Slaves. She's not. She comes from Jamaican Slave Owners. That's fine. She's not an American Black. Period," Ali Alexander, a black MAGA personality who launched an internet site for other Trump supporters, tweeted. Trump Jr. quickly moved to share Alexander's sentiments, writing: "Is this true? Wow."

    In March, Trump Jr. told Bloomberg he wouldn't "rule out" running for office within the future. "I definitely enjoy the fight," he said. "I definitely like being out there and that I love having the ability to ascertain the impact and therefore the difference that it makes on these people's lives that I buy to ascertain everywhere the country."   

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