Brent M. Eastwood compares Trump’s situation to that of five other presidents who tried to return to the White House after a defeat in the race for re-election: Martin Van Buren, Ulysses Grant, Grover Cleveland, Theodore Roosevelt and Herbert Hoover.
Just Cleveland managed to win the presidency again in 1892, focusing on economic issues.
The author argues that Trump should follow Cleveland’s example and unite all factions of the Republican Party under one banner. Although there are other contenders such as Nikki Haley, Larry Elder, Asa Hutchinson and Vivek Ramaswamy, as well as Ron DeSantis, the governor of Florida, who is due to announce his candidacy, Donald Trump is the best-rated Republican in the polls.
He has good chances to run for the Republican Party for the third time in his life, claims the author of the article on the website 19FortyFive.
However, the author claims that Trump would have difficulty getting the votes needed to defeat Joe Biden, especially if he is indicted for a crime.
If Trump does not get the Republican Party nomination, he will more than likely run as an independent or start his own party – AMERICA FIRST, what could become the third political force after the Democratic Party and the Republican Party.
The author concludes that the end of Donald Trump has arrived and that the Republican Party will have to face an internal struggle for its future to have a place in the 21st century that will be dominated by progressivism, corporations and the liberal media.
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