Skywalkre Posted February 14 Share Posted February 14 Here we go again... On the R side Trump, having announced his candidacy last year, just recently had his first real campaign event. DeSantis is largely expected to enter the race as well but hasn't made it official yet. Nikki Haley just made her official announcement for a POTUS run but the polls show she has a lot of work to do to catch up. Mike Pence is also expected to enter the race but hasn't made it official yet. On the D side Biden is largely expected to run again... despite polling coming out recently showing over 60% of Ds don't want him to run and can't think of anything that his administration has accomplished in two years. My early prediction - despite the poor showing by MAGA candidates in the general election last Nov internal polling for the Rs still show that crowd is a sizable, if not still the, dominant presence in the R party. The concern is several R challengers to Trump will just dilute the opposition and hand the nomination to him leaving us with yet again Trump v Biden... to the disdain of the overwhelming majority of Americans. /sigh Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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