Trump may have hurt his 2024 chances.
In a surprising turn of events, it has been learned that over half of all Americans who were recently polled by Quinnipiac University believe former President Donald Trump should be disqualified from his 2024 run because of his calls to “terminate” the Constitution.
President Trump clarified his remarks about the Constitution not long after making them however the mainstream media has refused to acknowledge that and continue to say that Trump wanted to “terminate” the U.S. Constitution.
According to The Hill, the Quinnipiac University poll found that 51 percent of voters believe Trump’s comments about the Constitution should bar him for a 2024 presidential run. 40 percent of voters believe Trump should not be disqulified.
Furthermore, out of the same polling data it was learned that 86 percent of Democrats and 52 percent of independents believe Trump needs to be disqualified for his comment and 17 percent of Republicans think the same.
Trump initial comments about the Constitution came after Elon Musk acquired Twitter and began releasing secret conservations which were going on within the Twitter headquarters to censor negative information about then-candidate Joe Biden.
It was learned that there was an overreaching effort by some Democrats, parts of the government, and the Biden campaign to keep negative news about Joe Biden and his family out of the media.
As of right now, the mainstream media, Biden’s entire administration and some Republicans are completely against Donald Trump. If he hopes to gain more support moving forward he should be extra-cautious to not get trapped by the media.