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Gingrich on Trump’s 2024 Bid: Trump
Will ‘Do Very, Very Well’ If He Focuses
on Future

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Posted By: earlybird, 11/17/2022 10:55:22 AM

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich says that former President Donald Trump would have a good shot in his third presidential bid if he puts his focus on the future rather than the past. The former president, after months of hinting at a 2024 run, formally announced his bid on Nov. 15 in a prime-time speech at his Mar-a-Lago home in Florida, outlining a vision for “America’s comeback” that includes stronger foreign policy, lower taxes, fewer regulations, and supply chain independence. (snip) “If he is a candidate focused on the future, and he’s a candidate focused on big solutions, and he’s a candidate focused on bringing us together, he will do very, very well,”

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Thos Weatherby 11/17/2022 10:58:20 AM (No. 1335900)
If you don't learn from the past, you won't HAVE a future.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: TXknitter 11/17/2022 11:07:08 AM (No. 1335907)
I think Mr. Gingrich needs to address his advice to McCarthy and McConnell. It is they in the GOP establishment that have the decades long record of doing the same loser strategies and expecting different results.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: john56 11/17/2022 11:15:02 AM (No. 1335914)
If President Trump runs his campaign like his speech on Tuesday night, he will do well. Steal a page from Gov. DeSantis and don't take every piece of bait that the RAT infested media whores throw out at you. Run for the future and don't relive the past (ie 2020 stolen election and 2022 stolen election). Prepare for the same shenanigans in 2024 and do it better than the Democrats. I'm going to give McCarthy a little rope. If he wants to play establishment Republican, he won't last. McConnell needed to go. He didn't lift a finger to help any Republican except RINO Murkowski in this election cycle.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: GoodDeal 11/17/2022 11:42:42 AM (No. 1335934)
If he focuses on God and publicly thanks God and asks his forgiveness he can’t lose.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Solid_Oak 11/17/2022 11:45:57 AM (No. 1335940)
I think Newt is right with respect to Trump winning the nomination. But, I doubt that Trump can win the general. In addition to energizing Dems like nobody else can, far too many Independents don't like Trump and will be energized to get out and vote against him. Take a look at how Independents voted last week against Trump's hand picked Senate candidates last week. They voted 12 to 20% more for Dems. In PA Fedderman received 58% of the Independent vote - Oz 38%. If Trump is the nominee we will probably not only lose the Presidency again, but a lot of down ticket races as well.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Lawsy0 11/17/2022 11:47:23 AM (No. 1335942)
The past is a lovely place to visit, but you cannot live there.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: FJB 2022 23 24 11/17/2022 11:58:55 AM (No. 1335955)
Trump will have my vote, hopefully he will run his campaign the way he gave his speech Tues.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: jimincalif 11/17/2022 12:04:02 PM (No. 1335958)
Appropriate comments by a party statesman, unlike so many RINOs. However, the ruling Central Committee, whoever they are, will only let a Republican win the presidency as long as he or she is an approved member of the Uniparty, who will not actually do anything substantive to threaten them. Just to maintain the appearance of valid elections to entertain and fool the masses, while they continue to plunder us for their own money and power. No way they will let Trump win, no matter how many votes he gets.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: FormerDem 11/17/2022 1:21:13 PM (No. 1336017)
The reason he talks about the past is to motivate people to work on elections integrity, which is a heap of tedious details and confrontations.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Jesse Jenkem 11/17/2022 1:42:06 PM (No. 1336037)
It won't matter who runs if Democrat cheating is not addressed. Vote by mail and early voting is killing Republicans, and the Republicans do not seem to have any answer to it.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: andyboy 11/17/2022 1:56:00 PM (No. 1336052)
Trump's personality isn't the problem -- vote fraud is the problem. It's massive and the GOP had better address it starting today.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Kate318 11/17/2022 8:04:05 PM (No. 1336250)
How’d that work out for YOU, Newt? If by “talking about the past,” you mean the last 2 fraudulent elections, I’m all in Mr. President. You yell it from the mountaintops. Ignore the armchair quarterbacks that have decided to chime in with their unsolicited advice. You don’t see any of them stepping up to the plate, and they certainly aren’t talking about the most important issue our country faces right now. THE most important.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: judy 11/17/2022 11:34:16 PM (No. 1336348)
I think …let’s go back to 2020…would be a good campaign slogan…low gas prices, low inflation, no foreign conflicts, low inflation, less regulations, secure borders, high stock market….
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