It’s too late to challenge Trump and his control of the party and base

Strong support: Many Republican base voters still love Trump. They think he did a great job and was robbed of his re-election in 2020. – AFP

IT is 2016 all over again, and very few have seemed to learn the lesson when it comes to Donald Trump. Despite the ‘”hush money” indictment and other possible future indictments, Trump will most likely be the 2024 Republican nominee.

(According to constitutional experts, Trump can still run for president while indicted or even convicted.)

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