Donald Trump Jr. Goes Straight To The Top Of GOP Primary Polls That Don’t Include His Father

Donald Trump Jr. is now finding himself at the top of a nationwide poll that was just put out by McLaughlin & Associates concerning the GOP primary for 2024 that doesn’t include his father, former President Donald Trump.

According to Disrn, a poll that was taken during the CPAC conference had Trump Jr. trailing former Vice President Mike Pence by 10 points, but that no longer seems to be the case.

The poll at CPAC featured Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis leading all non-Donald Trump GOP options with a whopping 43 percent of the vote, followed by South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem at 11 percent. Trump Jr. came in with 8 percent of the vote in that particular poll.

However, in the recent nationwide poll, Trump Jr. took 21 percent of the support while Pence only took 15 percent. Noem was far behind at just 2 percent.

The real question is whether or not Don Jr. is actually interested in running for office.

“Politics allowed me to actually be who I was more so than the guy in a boardroom in New York City,” the former president’s son said in an interview with Secrets. “It’s the guy who I was on the weekends. I was acting, per se, when I put on a suit to be in a boardroom. You know, I actually understand the base because I live with the base. These are my friends. These are my people.”

Well, that doesn’t necessarily say he’s going to run for office, but it definitely denotes very strong support for Don Jr. remaining in politics in the future, though the exact role he’s going to play has not yet been disclosed.

Let’s not get to far out in front of our skis here. There are 3 plus years to go before the 2024 election. In politics things change by the day. Let’s focus on stopping the Democrats’ ruination of America that is happening in real time.

 

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