What’s the road to Donald Trump’s victory in 2024?
Kellyanne Conway, Trump’s 2016 campaign manager and former senior counselor, took less than a second to answer the question.
First, she said, we need to take back the states we won in 2016 and narrowly lost in 2020.
“It’s part of his winning streak,” she told a packed room at Lohan Recreation on Tuesday. He said, “You may not like me. Character got things done in Washington.
Then it must be said that he can fight Democratic President Joe Biden.
The question revolved around Conway’s speech at the Villages MAGA Club gathering on Tuesday night. She’s been in the news lately for her recent op-ed in the New York Times addressing Trump’s current presidential campaign. should not be assumed to be a smooth ride.
Trump announced his candidacy on November 15, giving momentum to the 2024 presidential primary. The election turned out to be a disappointment for Republicans, with Trump’s candidates performing poorly.
But Conway praised Trump for his effort and hard work.
“Why do you blame Donald Trump? That’s so stupid, that’s so stupid,” she said. “At least he put himself out there.”
Regardless of the midterm elections, Trump remains the front-runner for the Republican Party, with 4,400 in a recent Morning Consult poll on potential rivals like Gov. Ron DeSantis and his former Vice President Mike Pence. Over 46% of potential Republican primary voters choose him.
The two were in The Villages last week, the first to announce legislative proposals and the second to announce a book tour with some of the Republican Party’s newest major figures.
The village and its conservative majority have often warmly welcomed Trump and other conservatives. earned a %.
Conway also talked about accompanying Trump on a visit in 2019, joking about rushing back on stage when he suddenly called her name.
Conway has been active in politics for many years and founded inc./WomenTrend. She now heads KAConsulting LLC, and recently she wrote “Here’s the Deal” about her time in the Trump campaign and administration.
The book hit #1 on the New York Times bestseller list in June, and a signed copy was included with the night’s admission.
“She owns an insurance company, has a proven track record, and knows what people want,” said Bonita Village resident and club president Tommy Jamison. “That was her advantage when she was with Trump in 2016. She knew what Trump had to do.”
So far, Trump is the only Republican politician to announce his bid, despite various speculations about 2024.
“Look, we could talk all day about how great everyone is and they should run for president or they’d be great presidents. They need to run and they’re going to win. You can do it,” said Conway. “This is not a lottery. If you don’t win, you won’t win.”
However, Conway was critical of Trump’s 2020 campaign because it hasn’t adapted to what most Americans were concerned about at the time, COVID-19 and how it spent its war dollars.
“But seriously, if I give you $1.6 billion, which is about three times what it was in 2016, and you say your opponent is Joe Biden, you can understand this. ‘ said Conway. “And they didn’t. His 2020 campaign has proven it. There is. It.”
Conway praised the work involved in Florida’s recent conservative changes and denounced the split between the two political parties. Contrasting the current situation under the Biden administration with the Trump administration, she emphasized the importance of who the people choose to be president.
“It’s more important than ever, and if there’s someone around you who you think doesn’t agree with you, it could be that we all do,” Conway said. think they’re hungry for the message of freedom right now: they want to talk about safety and security, affordability and fairness.”
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