BrianBM

After Trump, who inherits Trumpism

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Assume, for the moment, that Biden wins and President Trump loses. Assume further that Biden is a one-term President.

 

Harris has the pole position to run for the White House in 2024.

 

Donald J. Trump, the former President, will take up his new position at Fox, there to denounce Biden and all things liberal, and claim that without him there would be no vaccines (when they happen) for Covid-19. Maybe he'll try and run in 2024. If anyone can have the energy to run at 77 after one term, it's him. But if not, who?

 

Don Jr.? Jared? Ivanka? Senator Cruz?

 

Who is the most plausible inheritor of the Trump base?  As Little would say, discuss.

 

 

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Trumpism (as you call it) dies when Trump loses.

 

The base simply becomes an anti Democrat voting block.

 

I would like to think the next Republican candidate after Trump will be able to learn from Donald's mistakes and not repeat them.

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There are only RINO’s left. As far as the eye can see. 

 

This is the Conservatives last stand. 

 

After Trump, we are back to Bush, McCain, Romney type career politicians. 

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1 min ago, Nessmuk said:

Trey Gowdy, Kristi Noem, Nikki Haley, Jim Jordan, lots more.

 

Trumpism will be dead, but the Republicans have a deep bench of “new” talent.

Don't forget the KY AG, Cameron.

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Just now, Maine Guide said:

There are only RINO’s left. As far as the eye can see. 

 

This is the Conservatives last stand. 

 

After Trump, we are back to Bush, McCain, Romney type career politicians. 

Wait, are you trying to say Trump is a conservative?    :headscratch: 

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I am guessing if Trump loses he will become the new Rush Limbaugh. His ratings will be tremendous.....YUGE even. 

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37 mins ago, Gotcow? said:

Trumpism (as you call it) dies when Trump loses.

 

The base simply becomes an anti Democrat voting block.

 

I would like to think the next Republican candidate after Trump will be able to learn from Donald's mistakes and not repeat them.

"I would like to think the next Republican candidate after Trump will be able to learn from Donald's mistakes and not repeat them.":)

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2 hours ago, BrianBM said:

Assume, for the moment, that Biden wins and President Trump loses. Assume further that Biden is a one-term President.

 

Harris has the pole position to run for the White House in 2024.

 

Donald J. Trump, the former President, will take up his new position at Fox, there to denounce Biden and all things liberal, and claim that without him there would be no vaccines (when they happen) for Covid-19. Maybe he'll try and run in 2024. If anyone can have the energy to run at 77 after one term, it's him. But if not, who?

 

Don Jr.? Jared? Ivanka? Senator Cruz?

 

Who is the most plausible inheritor of the Trump base?  As Little would say, discuss.

 

 

Some crackpot GOP politician would be my guess.   There are a number of them that are devout followers of the "Q" and may try to ride that to stardom.   

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