According to Dick Morris,” Donald Trump will run for president again in 2024 and will easily win the Republican nomination and recapture the White House.” Dick Morris, a senior political consultant who worked for Bill Clinton for years, claims to have worked as an unpaid back-channel adviser to Trump in 2020. Eugene Morris, Trump’s father, was a longtime real estate lawyer for Trump’s father, Fred, and his son Donald. As a result, they have a long history together. Morris says in his new book “The Return: Trump’s 2024 Comeback” (Humanix Books) that Americans who have buyer’s remorse over President Biden and the Democrats – unprecedented inflation and gas costs, among other things — will welcome Trump back to the Oval Office.
Mr Morris is a nationally recognized election specialist. He collaborated extensively with President Clinton during his presidential campaign. Morris claims in this book that Republicans lost the 2020 election because they failed to recognize and respond to how the Democratic Party was far more imaginative in its voter mobilization efforts, many of which he sharply condemns. The book is chock-full of information about how American elections work, highlighting both the positive and negative sides of our system.
Anyone interested in electoral politics, including political consultants, community organizers, and professionals who practice election law, should read this book. The Return also contains a lot of discussion on the public policy topics that divide Republicans and Democrats.
The book offers a strategic examination of how the 2024 election may unfold. Very useful information.
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Reviews of The Return: Trump’s Big 2024 Comeback
- “Dick Morris and I conferred regularly throughout the 2016 and 2020 campaigns. He helped me hone my message and aim it at the right audience. . . . He is my counselor.” – Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States
- “Whether you love or despise President Trump (and there appears to be no in between), Dick Morris’s latest book will be a best-seller and should be read. He explains in detail why he believes President Trump will be the next President of the United States.”
- “I read Power Grab and couldn’t put it down. Dick Morris thoroughly reveals President Obama’s hidden agenda. This book is a must-read for all Americans.” — Ben Carson, neurosurgeon and politician
About Dick Morris
Richard Samuel Morris (born November 28, 1948)is a political author and pundit from the United States. He has previously worked as a pollster, political campaign consultant, and general political consultant. Morris, a friend and counsellor to Bill Clinton during his time as Governor of Arkansas and since his 1978 run, became a White House political adviser when Clinton was elected president in 1992.
Morris advised Clinton to embrace triangulation policies that mixed traditional Republican and Democratic plans, rhetoric, and concerns to maximize electoral benefit and popularity. He served as a Republican strategist before joining the Clinton administration when he advised Clinton to pursue more moderate policies to recover from the Republican Revolution. Beginning in 1994, the president held confidential consultations with Morris.
According to Clinton’s communications director, George Stephanopoulos, “no single person had more power over the president during the first nine months of 1995.” Dick Morris went on to become the campaign manager for Clinton’s successful re-election bid in 1996, but his time on that campaign was cut short two months before the election when it was revealed that he had not only solicited a prostitute but also allowed her to listen in on conversations with the President.
Morris now publishes columns and blogs to both the print and online versions of The Hill, as well as a weekly column for the New York Post that is distributed statewide. He is also the CEO of Vote.com. Morris had emerged as a strong critic of the Clintons by 2005 and had written several books criticizing them, including Rewriting History, a rebuttal to then-U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton’s Living History.
Dick Morris was the campaign strategist for Republican Christy Mihos in the 2010 Massachusetts governor election, and backed Mitt Romney in 2012, anticipating a landslide victory. Blogger Andrew Sullivan has named an annual award after Morris for “outrageously incorrect political, social, and cultural predictions.” He has previously featured on Fox News for political commentary, most notably on The O’Reilly Factor and Hannity. Morris did not appear on Fox News for three months following the 2012 presidential election, and the network finally decided not to renew his contract.
Dick Morris- Famous Works
Morris has published several books, several of which he co-wrote with his wife, Eileen McGann. He wrote Condi vs. Hillary, in which he contends that only Condoleezza Rice can prevent Hillary Clinton from running for President in 2008.
In May 2004, Rewriting History was released as a response to Hillary Clinton’s book, Living History. He claims in it that Hillary Clinton portrayed a phoney “lovely” persona in the book. Morris recalls her as manipulative, cold, and ruthless in her desire for power. Similarly, in reaction to Bill Clinton’s biography My Life, Morris and McGann wrote Because he Could.
Morris stated in his 1997 book, Behind the Oval Office, that after an argument in the Arkansas Governor’s Mansion in May 1990, he stormed for the exit and was tackled by Clinton. Morris also stated in 2003 that Clinton cocked his arm back to deliver a punch, but Hillary Clinton yanked her husband away from Morris. In both versions of the narrative, she consoled Morris and apologized to him, claiming that Bill only acted like this with individuals he cared about the most. Morris claims she did this to keep him silent about the incident. He claims that the encounter was the reason he turned down Bill Clinton’s offer to serve on his 1992 campaign.
Since his departure, Morris has become a loud and frequent critic of the Clintons, particularly Hillary Rodham Clinton and her presidential campaign. Morris has written extensively about the Clintons and she also contributed to Hillary: The Movie, a documentary about Rodham Clinton when she was still a candidate for President in 2008. Later, in response to Bill Clinton’s statements about Barack Obama’s popularity being akin to that of presidential candidate Jesse Jackson in 1988, Morris published a post on his blog claiming that this was Clinton’s way of bringing race into the political campaign.
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