Trump Drops Big Announcement On Future Of Campaign After Disastrous GOP Debate

The Trump team has formally requested the Republican National Committee to cease organizing any additional primary debates subsequent to a second debate, which former President Donald Trump chose not to participate in.

The aforementioned statement was transmitted over electronic mail by the press office of Donald Trump shortly before the conclusion of the debate on Wednesday evening. As is characteristic of matters pertaining to Trump, the statement is simultaneously predictable and deserving of media attention.

The communication originated from Senior Advisor Chris LaCivita, who characterized the second debate as “boring and inconsequential” prior to highlighting Trump’s prominent position in primary polling. Nevertheless, it seems that he may have embellished the lead by a considerable extent.

LaCivita then advocated for the cessation of future primary debates in order to foster unity within the Republican party and consolidate their endeavors to overcome Biden. Nevertheless, he employed a peculiar analogy of “train our fire” that is bound to elicit surprise.

Official Communication from Chris LaCivita, Senior Advisor to the Trump Campaign

“Tonight’s GOP debate was as boring and inconsequential as the first debate, and nothing that was said will change the dynamics of the primary contest being dominated by President Trump. President Trump has a 40- or 50-point lead in the primary election and a 10-point lead over Joe Biden in the general election, and it’s clear that President Trump alone can defeat Biden. The RNC should immediately put an end to any further primary debates so we can train our fire on Crooked Joe Biden and quit wasting time and money that could be going to evicting Biden from the White House.”

The probability of future primary debates ceasing altogether is exceedingly low, approaching zero, partly attributed to the substantial advertising revenue and media attention generated by these events. However, the absence of the former president and probable nominee during Wednesday night’s debate rendered it practically unproductive.

Trump commented on debate participants on his Truth Social account:

“Chris Christie is talking about the job he did as Governor. He had a 9% approval rating. N.J. wanted to throw the “bum” out. Also, I built almost 500 miles of Wall (not 50, Sloppy Chris!), got Mexico to give us 28,000 soldiers (free of charge!), and had the safest and best Border in U.S. History, with record low drugs coming in!”

During a confidential discussion, Hillary Clinton advised President Joe Biden to acknowledge the potential impact of a third-party contender, given his current record-breaking disapproval ratings and his trailing position behind former President Donald Trump in some polls.

According to a report by NBC News last week, Hillary Clinton sent the aforementioned cautionary message to the president during her visit to the White House for the Praemium Imperiale Laureate ceremony, which took place earlier this month in the presence of first lady Jill Biden.

Hillary Clinton’s aspirations of occupying the White House were thwarted when she was defeated by Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election. Several of Clinton’s supporters saw Jill Stein, the Green Party candidate, as a disruptive factor in the election outcome.

Their fears are substantiated by polling data.

According to a recent poll conducted by ABC News and the Washington Post, Joe Biden behind Donald Trump by a margin of 10 percentage points in a two-way contest among registered voters. Specifically, Biden garners 42 percent of the support, while Trump secures 52 percent.

The nationwide poll conducted by NBC’s News presents a relatively more favorable outlook for Biden, albeit with several qualifications.

When only two candidates, namely him and Trump, are considered, he garners an equal level of support at 46 percent.

However, the study demonstrates the potential negative impact that a third-party candidate could have.

When considering the inclusion of third-party alternatives, Biden’s support decreases to 36 percent, while Trump’s support increases to 39 percent.

According to the poll, in the given scenario, a libertarian candidate would secure the support of 5 percent of the electorate, a candidate affiliated with the No Labels movement would divert 5 percent of the electorate, and a candidate representing the Green Party would garner the backing of 4 percent of the electorate.

During a recent broadcast of “The Megyn Kelly Show” on YouTube, the host, Megyn Kelly, voiced apprehensions regarding the potential negative consequences of the portrayal of Trump as a demonized figure, suggesting that it could potentially result in harm or more severe outcomes for him.

During a dialogue with her guest, Dan Bongino, a Republican radio presenter, Kelly expressed her apprehensions regarding the depiction of Trump and its possible intensification as the presidential primary competition progresses.

Kelly mentioned the exchange between former Fox News personality Tucker Carlson and President Trump during their August interview. “You heard Tucker asked Trump about it when he interviewed him. Whether Trump is worried, whether there’s a realistic possibility, the left is going to so melt down as his power rises, as he rises toward a second term … that they try to do something to him, God forbid, or that they try to do something to our country.”

Kelly referenced the protests and riots associated with the Black Lives Matter movement in 2020, along with instances of violence attributed to leftist groups. Additionally, she highlighted the Democratic Party and mainstream media’s attempts to amplify the significance of the violence at the Capitol on January 6, 2021, while attributing sole responsibility for it to Trump.

Source: Trump campaign

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