Would Trump Supporters Leave The GOP To Join A New Party?


With Tom Brady heading back to the Superbowl with Tampa Bay, could we still see a return for the 'patriots'? Not the one's from New England led by Bill Belichick, but how about Donald Trump's new political party? According to reports, Trump has been in talks in recent days about going solo. Splitting with Republicans, and forming his own political party, called the 'Patriot Party'. Trump was not happy with the lack of support from Republican leaders, including Mitch McConnell. And while 3rd party attempts have failed in the past, political historian Terry Madonna told KTRH he's not surprised, "Obviously he's a registered Republican, but his views tend to be his views, and he's not been much interested in the party. It's been his presidency, and his candidacy." One thing that Trump has that no other 3rd party candidate has had before? Madonna says it's his huge fan base, "He could literally define the 2024 presidential election in a way that really damages the Republican party." "He loves the limelight, he loves the presidency. I don't think you can rule that out." But again, history is not on his side. And not only would it be an enormous financial undertaking, which could be a real challenge if the nation goes into another recession, Trump would also need the backing in all 50 states. Then again, most people didn't think Trump had a chance in 2016. We shall see.

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