GOP Congressman Answers a Question about Trump’s 2024 Run
- GOP Rep. Dave Joyce refused the question of whether he would vote for Trump after his recent comments.
- Trump called Saturday for the abolition of the US Constitution.
- Joyce said that she will support the Republican nominee, ABC News reported on Sunday.
After Trump suggested suspending the US Constitution, a GOP congressman refused the question of whether he would support Trump.
During an appearance ABC’s “This Week,”George Stephanopoulos, host, asked Rep. Dave Joyce of Ohio whether he would support Trump if he was elected to the Republican Party in 2024 following his controversial remarks.
Joyce stated, “I will support whoever is the Republican nominee.” “And just don’t believe that, at the moment, he can get there because there’s a lot other good candidates out there.”
Joyce was told by Stephanopoulos that his response was “a remarkable claim” and he was asked again if he would support a candidate who has called for the suspension of the Constitution.
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“Well, you know, that he says a lot. You must understand his context. Joyce said that right now, I need to worry about making sure his Republican Government Group and the Republican Majority make things work for the American people.” “And I cannot be really chasing every single one of these crazy statements…from any candidate that comes out.”
Trump posted the following on Saturday’s social media platform: called for the termination of the ConstitutionThis is a bogus claim that tech giants and Democratic Party in US elections have committed “massive fraud”.
After Matt Taibbi, a journalist, published a series tweets called “Trump’s election fraud claim”, Trump’s baseless claim was made. “The Twitter Files,”Insider previously reported. Taibbi stated that he published the tweets after agreeing to publish them.certain conditions” internal communicationsBetween Twitter workers who called to quash a dubious tweet New York Post story Concerning President Biden’s son Hunter, 2020.
Elon Musk, the new CEO at Twitter, claimed that the files were proof that Twitter interfered in the 2020 election by suppressing free speech. experts have refutedInsider previously reported.
Trump’s statement regarding suspending the US Constitution was immediately criticized, including by the White House which demanded that his suggestion be “universally condemned.”
Andrew Bates, White House Spokesperson, said that you cannot love America only if you win. told CNN in a statement.
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