If Donald Trump wants to run for president again in 2024, then it''s not going well. Trump has been backed by former GOP senator David Perdue in the Georgia gubernatorial primary, which has only pushed incumbent Governor Brian Kemp further ahead in polls and by a large margin. Whoops.
According to an ARW campaign report, 59.4 percent of voters want Kemp, while 21.5 percent are supportive Perdue a 37.9 percentage point. Trump has railed against Kemp since he and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger refused to overturn the 2020 election results in the Peach State. Trump has spent at least $500,000 in his effort to halt Kemp. Perdue has stated that the election in 2020 was rigged and stolen.
This outcome should not come as a surprise. Trump endorsed Perdue during his 2020 senate re-election campaign, which resulted in him losing his seat to Jon Ossoff in a stunning upset. It''s almost like being endorsed by Trump is the kiss of death, but thanks to his guidance, a nationwide Republican base who is still enthralled with his views despite the fact that he continues to blow elections. However, the former president has created a scheme to make
Back in January, it was revealed that Trump is so keen to cement his kingmaker status, that hes been considering approving several candidates, and no matter who loses, he wins. It''s an odd strategy, to say the least, but it''s unlikely that his current trajectory of absolutely screwing the pooch when he backs a candidate.