Trump may need to get through a long list Republicans before he can challenge Biden
- Donald Trump is the only Republican to have made a 24 run official.
- However, many others have suggested that they might enter the GOP contest.
- Here’s how Republicans are preparing for presidential runs, from Haley to Pence.
It’s starting to look a lot more like 2016.
Trump, the former President, is the only Republican to have done so. announcedA 2024 presidential run is possible, but many others are also considering the idea.
They’re doing all the things they’re supposed to do to test their chances: Visiting early primary states, writing books, showing up on the Sunday shows, campaigning with other Republicans ahead of the 2022 midterms, and weighing in publicly on President Joe Biden’s policies — and even Trump’s latest controversies.
Insider was told by Doug Heye, a long-time strategist and aide to the GOP, that the next step would be to hire teams in New Hampshire and Iowa.
He said, “You have a stable group of people who are essentially putting their all in the beginning gates and all have a timetable about when or if they decide that they want to run.”
According to Kristin Davison (vice president and general consultant at Axiom Strategy), December would be a “frustrating” month for political watchers as “no one will move that much.” But hopefuls would be floating what she called “trial balloons” — in which they publicly raise the prospect of a run to see how donors and the press will react.
Biden will likely face the nominee, although he has not yet declared his candidacy. Heye stated that “it’s a possibility” that the GOP roster will be larger than it was in 2016.
The stakes of losing out on the nomination aren’t too high, even though Republicans might emerge from it with a memorable Trump nickname. One of the candidates for president could be chosen as running mate, or even get a place in the new president’s Cabinet.
There are many other benefits to officially seeking the White House. These include a higher profile and a better chance of being elected. Candidates could sell more books, or leave politics to become a host on a prime TV or radio program.
Heye stated that “it’s a long, hard process” and “you’re more likely lose than win.”
Insider identified 17 potential candidates for the Republican nomination in 2024. These include Sens. Ted Cruz of Texas and Josh Hawley from Missouri are up for reelection this cycle. Tim Scott of South Carolina is also in campaign mode. Each will have to effectively answer the “why I’m running for president” question and find their lane in the party — which will inevitably include defining, or redefining, their relationship with Trump.
Heye stated, “I don’t think you can discount anyone of them at the moment.” “It is too early to say who outside of Trump is the frontrunner.”
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