President Trump proved to the country that he is still the voice of the Republican Party.
His CPAC speech ignited the party like few ever had. Even in the face of rampant Democrat tyranny, Trump managed to fire up conservatives.
But that doesn’t mean the “establishment” of the party still wants him. He might be up in the polls, but leaders like McConnell and Romney don’t seem all that loyal to the Donald.
If that ends up being the case, another party is ready to receive him.
Donald Trump’s got a home outside the GOP if they ditch him in 2024 — namely the American Independent Party … which says he’s their guy, assuming he runs for POTUS again.
AIP chairman Markham Robinson tells us he and his party cohorts are dead set on nominating Trump to head up their ticket for the next presidential race … that is, if Trump decides to have another go at it.
The American Independent Party said they were ready to nominate Trump if Republicans don’t want him in 2024.
The AIP is known for its staunch conservative views. They believe in limited government, low taxes, and pro-life policies.
In many ways, AIP embraces the values that propelled Trump into the presidency. It would be a good fit, if Republicans chose the path of suicide.
Right now, it’s clear that the vast majority of Republican voters still support Trump. Nobody knows how 2024 will shape up—but there is a good chance Trump will run again.
Many notable Republicans have declared that the future of the party is tied up with Trump. Lindsey Graham has been adamant that the fate of Congress in 2022 will depend on Trump’s support.
Other influential conservatives continue to look to Trump for inspiration and guidance. And Trump made it clear he wasn’t going away.
But would the party end up rejecting him in four years? If the establishment swamp has its way, that is a very real possibility.
Soon after the election, several D.C. Republicans embraced Joe Biden. They ignored widespread concerns over the results and did not back Trump’s fight for transparency. Some even have gone on to blame him for the January 6 events.
If this group of RINOs has sway over the party, Trump just might be looking for another place to call home.
- The American Independent Party said they would nominate Donald Trump in 2024.
- Their leader said they would want Trump to run for them—if the GOP rejects him.
- Currently, Trump has not announced plans to run again.