CNN cautioned in a story published this week that there is a “very real possibility” that former President Trump may win everything and take back the White House. The network said the former leader is in a “better standing to win the general election” today than he was in 2020.
The chance of Trump winning the next presidential election and retaking the presidency is “very real,” according to a CNN article written by Harry Enten. This is contrary to the claim made by some detractors that Trump is being supported by the radical left; this claim is vehemently denied by many conservatives, especially in light of the Biden Dept. of Justice’s (DOJ) ongoing persecution of the former president and Republicans front-runner.
“This is bullying.” When questioned about the superseding indictment and new accusations, Trump declared in an exclusive interview with Breitbart News that ‘”this is election interference.’ The records are all there; where is Biden? He has 20 or 30 times as many documents as I have, and he hasn’t made things simple for them either. He’s been keeping boxes hidden. You elaborate on that one. Not even news reports mention it. Trump is the only thing you hear about.”
“No, this is an unfair two-tiered system. That is what we have. Our country is ill. Right now, our nation is in really bad shape. We have a crumbling country, and it’s quite terrible to see,” he said, highlighting the extreme hypocrisy.
Despite the ongoing attacks on Trump, CNN notes that “Trump is not just in a historically powerful position for a nonincumbent to gain the nomination for the GOP, he is in a stronger position for winning the general election compared to any time throughout the 2020 cycle as well as almost at any point throughout the 2016 cycle.” It mentions Trump’s dominance in the polls, where he is polling well in both national and state-level surveys for the primary.
According to a recent New York Times/Siena survey, Trump is currently in the lead among Republicans in the GOP primary, receiving support from 54 percent of them, which puts him 37 points ahead of DeSantis. According to a CNN story, it is unusual for a candidate to overturn a disadvantage of more than 30 points at this stage of the race, and Trump’s success in the early primary states of South Carolina, New Hampshire, and Iowa further reduces the likelihood that his rivals will be able to do so.
“The positive news for Democrats is the fact that general election polling is not yet predictive, in contrast to primary polling. It attempted to end on an optimist note while cautioning that the idea of Trump retaking the White House stood as a ‘very real possibility.’ Things can most certainly change,” it said in its conclusion.