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February 26, 2024



Let's assume for the moment that Trump will lose a lot of the Nikki vote. If I recall correctly, about a third of her SC voters said in exit polls that they would not vote for Trump in November (which doesn't reflect the number of GOPers who say they won't vote for him if he's convicted in one of the upcoming trials). Is that enough to derail the Trump Inevitability Train the media wants to push at us? If it's real, yes. So the question would be, just how do those disaffected GOPers deal with their Never Trump situation? Do they 1) Vote for Biden, but split their vote and check boxes for GOP candidates down-ballot; 2) Not vote for President at all, but vote for GOP candidates down ballot; 3) stay home/don't vote at all; 4) Vote for a third party candidate for President? Clearly, the best scenario for Democrats is option #3, which would enable a much more thorough house (and senate) cleaning. That's the result the country needs.

Anne J

I don't know. I'm still feeling a sense that Trump's nomination isn't so inevitable. What if Nikki Haley does somehow pull off a miracle victory? I have read articles that say that she is the stronger candidate against Biden. Is it because of the age thing? O would love a woman president someday, but not just for the sale of having a woman president. I voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016 not because she is a woman, but because she knew her stuff when it comes to governing. I would hate to see Haley elected just because Biden is old. And should we be worried about reported "protest votes" against Biden because of the Israel Hamas war?

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