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Lara Trump believes, American people need Donald Trump to win in 2024

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Lara Trump believes, American people need Donald Trump to win in 2024

Lara Trump, the former president’s daughter-in-law, believes the American people are “desperate” for Donald Trump to win the 2024 presidential election.

During an interview Thursday on Fox & Friends, Trump spoke about the growing rumors that Hillary Clinton may be considering a third run at the White House as Joe Biden’s poll numbers have cratered to historic lows.

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“It turns out that people didn’t like her ideas as much as Donald Trump’s, and now that we have had a Trump presidency, should it be Hillary versus Trump again? I don’t think it is even a question. People are desperate to get Donald Trump back in office,” Trump said.

Trump said she believes Americans are longing for Trump to be back in office because they see “how much better things were when he was in there.”

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“Believe me, Trump versus Clinton, we know which way it’s going to go. It’s going to go for Donald Trump,” Lara said.

As for Hillary Clinton, speculation has been mounting that she’s considering a third run.

Douglas E. Schoen and Andrew Stein, writing at The Wall Street Journal, argue Clinton could jump in the race due to embarrassingly low approval ratings for Biden and Kamala Harris.

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“A perfect storm in the Democratic Party is making a once-unfathomable scenario plausible: a political comeback for Hillary Clinton in 2024,” they begin.

“Several circumstances—President Biden’s low approval rating, doubts over his capacity to run for re-election at 82, Vice President Kamala Harris’s unpopularity, and the absence of another strong Democrat to lead the ticket in 2024—have created a leadership vacuum in the party, which Mrs. Clinton viably could fill,” they add.

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Schoen, a founder and partner in Schoen Cooperman Research, a polling and consulting firm, and Stein, a former New York politician and founder of Democrats for Trump, both believe that Clinton is angling for the nomination already.

What’s more, they argue that should Democrats go on to lose Congress later this year during the midterms — which looks increasingly likely — Clinton could use those losses as a springboard for a third presidential bid portraying herself as a “change candidate.”

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They write:

Based on her latest public statements, it’s clear that Mrs. Clinton not only recognizes her position as a potential front-runner but also is setting up a process to help her decide whether or not to run for president again. She recently warned of the electoral consequences in the 2022 midterms if the Democratic Party continues to align itself with its progressive wing and urged Democrats to reject far-left positions that isolate key segments of the electorate.

They point out that recently, Clinton called on Democrats during an MSNBC interview to engage in “careful thinking about what wins elections, and not just in deep-blue districts where a Democrat and a liberal Democrat, or so-called progressive Democrat, is going to win.” She added that the party’s current slim House majority “comes from people who win in much more difficult districts.”

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In addition, Clinton took a veiled shot at the Biden administration and Democrats in Congress recently as well to put distance between them and her: “It means nothing if we don’t have a Congress that will get things done, and we don’t have a White House that we can count on to be sane and sober and stable and productive.”

Clinton has also entertained the possibility of a rematch with Donald Trump, whom she suggested in her MSNBC interview that he ought not to be allowed to run, likely a reference to the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.

“Hillary Clinton remains ambitious, outspoken, and convinced that if not for Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey’s intervention and Russian interference that she would have won the 2016 election—and she may be right,” Schoen and Stein conclude in their op-ed.

“If Democrats want a fighting chance at winning the presidency in 2024, Mrs. Clinton is likely their best option.”

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