Looks like top GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump has kicked the third GOP debate up several notches well before it’s even begun.
Indeed, two of Trump’s senior campaign advisers, Susie Wiles and Chris LaCivita, issued a letter that gave rather staunch direction to the Republican Party regarding what should really happen with the next GOP debate.
Hint: The debate shouldn’t happen.
“The Republican National Committee should immediately cancel the upcoming debate in Miami and end all future debates in order to refocus its manpower and money on preventing Democrats’ efforts to steal the 2024 election,” the advisors wrote in their well-crafted letter.
Needless to say, a united front is more vital than ever in the wake of the chaos unfolding in crisis due to the stunning ouster of House Speaker McCarthy.
On top of that, it appears that Americans are less than enthused about the effective WWE match playing out in each GOP debate.
Which is evident from the plummeting ratings the second debate received.
“Fox’s second Republican primary debate had the lowest TV audience for any GOP presidential debate since Donald Trump’s debut appearance in 2015 …
Nielsen ratings topped out at a little more than 9 million viewers for Wednesday’s Fox debate, held at the Reagan Library. That was down 3.5 million viewers from last month’s event, according to Nielsen Media Research data,” Newsmax reported.
Not exactly great news for Fox News, which is slowly learning the hard way that traditional debates don’t appear to be the way to the voters’ hearts … especially when tradition has devolved into effective shouting matches, coupled with mass interruptions.
So, between the current chaos in Congress, coupled with the declining ratings between the GOP debates, it appears that Trump’s advisors are likely pushing for more unity as 2024 approaches.
“Anything less, along with other reasons not to cancel, are an admission to the grassroots that their concerns about voter integrity are not taken seriously and national Republicans are more concerned about helping Joe Biden than ensuring a safe and secure election,” the advisors added.
Quite a few forces are in favor of “helping Joe Biden,” from the mass media to globalist elites, all the reason why Republicans should band together.
At this point in time, however, the Republicans don’t appear exactly unified, and such unity is unlikely to be bolstered in the coming GOP debate, especially given the rising anti-Trump rhetoric that emerged during the second GOP debate.
Little wonder Trump won’t be joining the third.
“[Trump] isn’t going,” LaCivita remarked crisply.
And, if the Trump campaign team has its way, perhaps no one else will be either.
Author: Jane Jones