According to a poll released today, Sunday, about half of the Republicans polled said they would abandon the Republican Party as it is today and join a new party if former President Trump were its leader.
A poll by Suffolk University, USA, found that 46% of Republicans said they would abandon the Republican Party and join the Trump party if the former president decides to build such a party, only 27% said they would stay with the current Republican Party, and the rest 27% said they were undecided “We feel the Republicans are not fighting enough for us and we all see Donald Trump fighting for us, the hardest he can, every day,” said a Republican who owns a small business from Milwaukee State, “You have the Republican representatives who just hook up with the Democrats and agree on everything. “
Former President Trump has yet to elaborate on what exactly his future political moves will be, but after being acquitted in his second impeachment trial, Trump has spoken harshly of rebuke to the Republican leadership, especially against Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.
Although McConnell did not vote in favor of Trump’s conviction in the impeachment trial and even noted the unconstitutionality in convicting a president who is no longer in office, after the Senate acquittal vote, McConnell said former President Trump was “morally responsible” for his supporters’ riots at the 6th event. In January on Capitol Hill and even hinting at a potential criminal charge the former president has allegedly committed during his tenure as U.S. president, “he still hasn’t gotten out of it, with nothing,” McConnell said at the time.
In response to McConnell’s remarks, Trump said “Mitch is a tumultuous, grumpy and not smiling political mistake and if Republican senators stay by his side they will not win again, he will never do what needs to be done, or what is right for our country properly and properly, I will support those who advocate making America for Greatness and for those who support the policies of First America, we want a brilliant, strong, considerate and compassionate leadership. “
Trump’s top advisers say Trump is focusing on helping Republican lawmakers run for Congress in 2022, “Our goal is to get the House and the Senate (into Republican hands),” Jason Miller, Trump’s top adviser, said this week. I have no idea why McConnell He has decided to lash out at the president in this way, but when you do, you can expect a blow back.
Suffolk University’s U.S. poll was conducted among 1,000 Trump voters, and the standard deviation – a margin of error of 3 percentage points.
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