Republicans are cautioning against dismissing former President Trump’s 2024 presidential campaign, claiming that he remains the clear front-runner despite indications that others inside the GOP are prepared to move on. Following the midterm elections in 2018, strategists and elected officials started to predict the end of Trump’s political career as the former president’s mounting legal issues and the ongoing effects of the riot on January 6, 2021, at the U.S. Capitol raised concerns about whether he was still too damaged to serve as the GOP’s de facto leader. Republican insiders disagree, arguing that the former president should not be written…
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