WATCH: Gov. Abbott Says Trump Will Have The Republican Nomination Clinched By 'The Middle Part Of March' - 'The Party Is Truly Unifying'

During a Sunday appearance on CNN's 'State of the Union,' Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R-TX) assured host Dana Bash that 45th President Donald J. Trump will have the Republican nomination secured by "the middle part of March." This comes after former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley (R-SC) refused to drop out of the race for the GOP presidential nomination despite her major loss to Donald Trump during Saturday's South Carolina primary. 

"Listen, in politics, a 20-point victory is huge and is the type of victory that President Trump has been achieving across the country," Governor Abbott said, responding to Nikki Haley's argument that her twenty-point loss to Donald Trump signified that there was a large and powerful contingent of anti-Trump Republican primary voters. "But last night was even more many-fold because it was a victory by 20 percentage points in a state where Nikki Haley was the governor. So, she is beloved more in South Carolina than perhaps any other state in America. You can see the trajectory that President Trump is on after defeating Nikki Haley so badly in South Carolina."

As Breitbart News previously reported, Abbott continued, saying, "He's on a pathway to when these other states when Super Tuesday and be able to have the nomination clinched by the middle part of March. So, I would say the wind is strongly at the back of President Trump. As he pointed out in his remarks last night, not even making reference to Nikki Haley, he said that the party truly is unifying. You can see it in comparison to, say, his past primaries. And listen, the party is far more unified behind President Trump at this particular time than has been in any other race that he's had."

Fortunately, Donald J. Trump remains a potent force to win the presidency in 2024. The Real Clear Politics polling average has him besting Joe Biden in nationwide polling in recent months, despite the fact that Republican presidential candidates can generally afford to underperform in the popular vote while still winning the election - as they did in 2000 and 2016. As such, it stands to reason that the radical, far-left Democrats would use any means necessary to gain a much-needed political advantage - including indicting their most likely political opponent. But if Republicans sell their agenda and effectively criticize the Biden administration's America Last foreign policies, the sky is the limit for Republicans in 2024 -- and our nation may very well depend on it.


  • Article Source: DC Enquirer
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