Top Republican says Trump can expect a GOP nomination in 2024 if he wants it.
Former President Donald Trump has the right to run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2024 if he so desires, according to a top Republican lawmaker on Wednesday night.
Senator Lindsey Graham, R-SC, made the claim on Fox News’s “Hannity.”
Graham told guest host Pete Hegseth, “Unless there’s something coming out of the left-field I don’t see coming, it’s his nomination if he wants it.” “His popularity among Republican voters was high. All of the things he does, at times, go unappreciated by us. However, from a conservative perspective, he was the most successful president since Ronald Reagan in terms of the policy.”
In 2024, if Trump runs a disciplined election campaign, he’ll be in the Oval Office, according to Graham.
In Graham’s opinion, Trump should remind Americans that he was instrumental in securing the southern border and defeating the Islamic State caliphate.
According to Trump, Republicans on Capitol Hill need to talk about Trump and his accomplishments during their upcoming elections.
In the Trump era, “remember the Trump years on the border, ISIS, Afghanistan,… [and] energy independence,” he said. ” It’s time to talk about this more often.
With an “America-first” message, Republicans can expect a “blowout year” in both the House and Senate in 2022, according to Graham.
Jeffrey Epstein’s accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell was found guilty of aiding and abetting the pedophile’s abuse of young girls. Guilty of five of six counts against her, British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell faces up to 65 years in prison after being found guilty by a Manhattan jury.
US Attorney for the Southern District Damian Williams said, “A unanimous jury found Ghislaine Maxwell guilty of one of the worst crimes imaginable: facilitating and participating in the sexual abuse of children.” “That she and her longtime partner and coconspirator, Jeffrey Epstein, have been accused of. It’s taken far too long to get justice. However, justice has been served today.”
He went on to say: “I’d like to express my admiration for the girls’ courage, now that they are adults, for coming forward and testifying in court. They made this case possible by their bravery and willingness to stand up to their abuser.”
A single count of enticing a minor under the age of 17 to travel with the intent of engaging in illegal sexual activity was acquitted by the jury.
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For the past 50 years, a devoted family man had buried his dark past – until the day he died.
Thomas Randle’s wife of nearly 40 years asked his golfing buddies and coworkers from the dealerships where he sold cars to visit their home just before he died.
He was remembered as one of the kindest people who ever lived, a family man who always had kind words for his daughter, a golfer who never broke the rules and a friend to so many that there was still a line out front of the funeral home a week after his death.
Cancer in Randele’s lungs had taken away his voice by the time of their final visit in May of last year at Randele’s suburban Boston home. So they all left, unaware that their friend, with whom they’d spent countless hours exchanging stories, had kept his most important secret from them the entire time.
After fleeing to Boston six months after the heist in the summer of 1969, he’d been a wanted man in connection with one of Cleveland’s largest bank robberies for the better part of the last 50 years. Even his wife and daughter didn’t know until he confessed to them on his deathbed.