Trump Gains 54% in Primary Polls

The legal challenges Donald Trump is facing may not seem to curb his run for the next election, rather on the contrary…

The former President of the United States intends to run in the 2024 Presidential election and is currently far ahead of any other competitor in the Republican Party’s primaries. According to the New York Times-Sienna poll, Trump has 54% of the vote, while Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is gaining only 17%. A 37 percent difference is a real mountain for Trump’s archrival to climb. The rest of the ten Republican candidates who entered the race are simply “propping up the wall”: from former Vice President Mike Pence to Senator Tim Scott, including former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley – none of them surpasses 3%.

Donald Trump is ahead in every geographic area and in every demographic group, and the wasted votes among the countless candidates in the primaries seem to have no effect either. Such a gap just 6 months before the vote is unparalleled in Republican history. Mike Pence, the main opponent, is unable to break through even in his state of Florida, getting only 9% among voters over 65 years of age and 13% among less educated voters – the two defining categories for Republican dynamics.

The legal problems of the former president accused of various cases of steeling classified documents and creating security threats to the USA and the upcoming new legal troubles associated with the storming of Capitol Hill seem to be only fueling his election race.

“I am an innocent person,” Trump explained repeatedly. “The Biden administration is completely corrupt. This is election meddling and the continuation of the greatest witch hunt of all time. They are not after me, they are after you. I’m just trying to stop them.”

Meanwhile, Donald Trump’s legal expenses are skyrocketing: according to the New York Times, the Save America committee spent $40 million in the first 6 months of this year on the tycoon and his witnesses.