Former President Donald Trump was recently featured in the “Year in Review 2021” with RSBN. The interview was filled with questions that many of us wanted to ask.
He predicted that Republicans would have a massive lead in the 2022 midterm elections. Trump made essential quotes on subject matters ranging from elections to the overall political landscape in America.
He made brilliant remarks about why the Republicans could have a big lead in the 2022 midterm elections.
Trump’s guess about the 2024 Presidential elections
Trump remarked that republicans would also have a gigantic lead in the 2024 presidential elections.
In his words, there would be a “tremendous victory” for republicans in the 2024 presidential elections.
He also added that “people are just tired” of America’s current political landscape and government. He claimed that because of the public’s disdain of the current government, republicans would be the only possible alternative.
It does seem like his prediction is not just a guess, as republican support is on the rise in America. Many people across America are starting to shift towards Republican ideologies because of the inadequacy of Biden’s government.
Hispanic Support towards republicans
Many different ethnicities and minorities are also showing support towards republicans and Donald Trump specifically. A recent poll also showed that Hispanics are moving their support to republicans.
A nationwide study conducted by the Equis Group revealed that roughly 40% of Hispanic voters are concerned that democrats are embracing socialist policies.
This is extremely worrying for democrats among the important voting demographic which has been moving toward republicans during the Trump era. Roughly 1 in 8 US voters is Hispanic.
They (Republicans) increased by an entire percentage point of the electorate from the 2016 to 2020 elections. This study also reveals that 59% of 4th generation Latino voters expressed some concern about socialism, compared to just 45% of recent immigrants.
This seems to suggest that Hispanic voters tend to see socialism as a more significant concern with each successive generation. Extrapolating this data could lead to more Hispanic voters being concerned about socialism. As more generations are to come, they will probably feel more concerned about socialism.
Newer generations will also be exposed to better political education, and therefore they could develop even more complex views about socialism.
Hispanic voters supported Biden in the 2020 elections by a 63 to 37 percent margin over President Trump.
This percentage margin also shows an 8% decrease from Hispanic voters who supported Hillary Clinton.
Trump’s predictions about Republicans in House and the Senate
Aside from this, Trump also remarked that republicans have a high chance of taking the House and the Senate. There are other minorities and people who are keen on keeping the democrats in power.
Trump also revealed plans about hosting numerous rallies endorsing governors that he has already liked.
He also showed support to RSBN, saying that they show what the other media houses are afraid to.
Trump hinting at his possible comeback
On November 25, 2021, Donald Trump also sent a message through his website.
This is what the message reads, “A very interesting time in our country, but do not worry, we will be great again, and we will all do it together. America will never fail, and we will never allow it to go in the wrong direction. Too many generations of greatness are counting on us. Enjoy your Thanksgiving knowing that a wonderful future lies ahead!”
This hints at Donald Trump making a comeback in the 2024 presidential elections. His statements also assert that he is highly confident about republicans in the future.
This message also hints at him returning to the political landscape in this line specifically, “A very interesting time in our country, but do not worry, we will be great again, and we will all do it together.” Trump has repeatedly hinted and teased at making a political comeback.
Earlier this month, he told the crowds at the “History Tour” in Orlando that he may have to think “very strongly” about another presidential run. “I said loud and clear, we won the first time, and the second time we won by even more. And it looks like we might have to think about it very strongly a third time,” Trump remarked.
Whilst hinting that he might make a political comeback, Trump has also constantly pressured the fact that he would choose Florida Governor Ron DeSantis as his running mate in 2024. “I think Ron would be good,” Trump claimed at Orlando’s “History Tour.”