According to a public opinion poll published on Sunday, 46 percent. Republicans would be ready to leave the Republican Party and join Trump if he forms a new party. 27 percent would remain in the current pool. The rest was not specified.

The USA Today poll conducted by Suffolk University of 1,000 Trump voters was conducted between February 15-19. The margin of error is 3 percentage points.

“We have a republican institution”

The former president has not determined his plans yet. However, he announced his participation in the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Orlando, Florida. Next Sunday, he is expected to comment on the future of the Republican Party and the conservative movement.

“We feel that the Republicans are not fighting for us enough, and we all see Donald Trump fighting for us every day with the greatest strength. (…) We have a republican institution that is only compatible with the democratic establishment and all that, and never opposes” – he argued in an interview with USA Today, the Republican owner of a small company from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Portal Hill noted that after his acquittal in the second impeachment trial, Trump rebuked Republican leaders, particularly Mitch McConnell, the Republican minority leader in the Senate. He voted to acquit the former president in an impeachment trial, but in a subsequent speech accused him, among other things, of “moral” responsibility for the January 6 riots at the Capitol. Five people were killed then.

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McConnell said, “He has not gone unpunished yet.”

Mitch is a gloomy political worker without a smile

Trump did not remain indebted to his former Republican ally.

“Mitch is a grim political worker with no smile, and if the Republican Senators stays with him, they won’t win again.” (…) He will never do what is required or what is good for our country. When necessary and appropriate, I will support the major competitors who support the “Make America Great Again (MAGA)” principle and the “America First” policy. Trump stressed that we want wonderful, strong, thoughtful and compassionate leadership.

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His advisers announced support for the Conservatives in next year’s congressional elections. They announced that they want to regain control of both houses of Congress.

We’ll look at the mandates that are being demobilized, the mandates that the Democrats are holding and possibly those that need improvement and are more MAGA-compliant. I have no idea why McConnell chose to hit the president in this way, but when you do, you can expect to be hit (in retaliation), as Trump advisor Jason Miller has warned.