Nikki Haley tops the list. Republicans who don’t want to directly criticize Donald Trump.
In fact, she shrugs off every question about the front runner and says that the only people who ask her about it are the media.
But she devised a not-so-subtle trick to take a few swipes at her rivals. It’s called a secret note. And I can’t really say it doesn’t have fingerprints.
Haley’s campaign simply Downloaded the memo to Axios. – which he considers a scoop. An Axios reporter confirmed it came from the campaign (duh). And a leaked memo is sexier to reporters than a sit-down interview.
The majority of Dems who oppose BIDEN’s run
Haley has raised $11 million in six weeks, campaign manager Betty Ankney notes: “Donald Trump had a pretty good Q1, if you count ‘good’ as charged.”
“But it’s becoming increasingly clear that Trump’s candidacy is more about past grievances and the promise of more drama ahead than looking forward to the American people.” Totally fair shots – but why can’t Halle say these things herself? Who is she fooling? Perhaps she thought she would avoid Trump’s backlash through the press. The note He also talks about Ron DeSantis He says he’s “not ready for prime time.”
Still, the note didn’t make much news, not in this area. Senator Tim Scott announced Yesterday, the presidential exploratory committee. It means he’s running.
The Senate’s only black Republican is an attractive candidate with an impressive biography that includes “from cotton to Congress.”
In the video, Scott emphasizes his message of optimism: “I know that America is not a land of oppression, but a land of opportunity.” I know because I lived. But given the nature of today’s GOP, Scott should be considered a long shot. And as more Republicans jump in, splitting the opposition vote, they increase Trump’s chances of winning the nomination.
BIDEN faded from the news amid the Trump melodrama
Haley and Scott sat down with Fox’s Tucker Carlson and surprisingly got a little bit of the coverage that Trump attracted.
The former president was filled with provocative responses, such as saying he would stay in the race despite his guilty plea in the Stormy Daniels case. “They were really crying,” he said sorry when he was brought to court. “They say, ‘2024, sir, 2024.'” Tears are welling up in their eyes.
Joe Biden will stay In the race?
“Look, I look at him just like you do, and I think it’s not right for me to talk about it. But I meet other people. I don’t see—I don’t see how it can be.”
And it’s not about age.”
So what is it?
Trump offered the standard ref that the president is surrounded by “smart” but “cruel” left-wingers, and that Biden doesn’t actually lead.
In a particularly strange series of exchanges, Trump went on to praise dictators around the world after saying Biden was “not the top of the line.”
Vladimir Putin? “It’s very smart,” Trump said, despite destroying the military by invading Ukraine and committing countless war crimes.
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“People ask me, how smart is Xi? I say, above the line. You’ve never met a smarter person. How smart is Kim Jong-un? Top of the line.”
But was his successor, Kim, smart enough to make a nuclear deal with Trump? No.
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Be you I agree or disagree with Trump’s opinion. They are all designed to create buzz and play on television (and even be condemned). That puts the leaked memos and whistleblower teams in the shadows, and makes the impeached former president even more of a front-runner than he was a week ago.