Senator Tim Scott recently referred for former President Donald J. Trump’s voice as “the most powerful in politics,” subsequently warning that the Republican Party will need to unite in order to push back effectively against the Democrat Party’s social and economic agenda.
During an interview on “Sunday Morning Futures” with Fox News, Scott also alluded to the position Trump holds within the GOP.
Scott asserts that Trump retains “the most powerful voice in politics without any question.”
The South Carolina senator proceeded on to note that ample time should be devoted to studying the contrast between 2016 and 2020, pointing out that “Trump led us to the most inclusive economy in the history of America.”
Scott also issued serious warnings if the party reminds divided over Trump, underscoring that a “divided Republican Party” is precisely what “the road to socialism” needs to run right through it.
Acknowledging some “fissures” and “fractures,” Scott noted that the most important issue for Republicans to focus on in is the truth, which requires unity within the GOP.
Scott added that Republicans can return back to in-house fights, debates, and conversations over ongoing issues within the GOP after winning back significant majorities, which will prove the party’s leadership to weary Americans.
After gaining public trust, “[the GOP] can lead and lead them to what I consider the promised land or the American dream,” Scott added.
When Scott was asked whether or not he would consider being Trump’s running mate in 2024 if the former president decided to run once again, the senator humbly deflected, adding that he had told Trump that he is the one in control of the future of the GOP.
“He is still the loudest voice,” Scott observed.
Yearning for the party to “rally around the principles that lead to our greatest success,” Scott noted that he is not specifically angling for a seat at this point in time, though he is certainly interesting in being elected once again in South Carolina.
“My hope is that you win next Friday’s football game before thinking about any other one,” Scott quipped.