According to the AP, Mr Trump has reason to make such a statement.
In the latest poll by the AP and the NORC Center for Public Affairs, nearly two-thirds of Republicans – or 63 percent – said they want Trump to seek re-election next year in 2024.
That’s up slightly from 55% in April when Mr Trump faced a series of criminal charges. According to the poll, 7 in 10 Republicans are sympathetic to Mr Trump, up from 60% two months ago.
Trump campaigned in Iowa on August 12. Photo: AP
However, while a majority of Republicans (74%) pledged to support Mr. Trump by November 2024, the time of the US presidential vote, 53% of Americans said they would definitely support Mr. Trump for this presidential candidate. will not support 11% of those polled said they would likely not support Trump in November 2024.
A Trump campaign spokeswoman did not comment when asked about the survey, which was conducted earlier this week in Georgia before Trump was impeached.
As far as incumbent President Joe Biden is concerned, according to the survey, 43% of Americans said they definitely would not support him for office and 11% said they probably would not support the leader.
Meanwhile, there have been warnings about the possibility that Mr Trump may not win the general election because he will have to compete for votes. Mr Trump lost the popular vote in the 2016 election campaign, winning only a majority in the Electoral College. In 2020, Mr. Trump lost to Democratic nominee Joe Biden by an even bigger margin: 7 million votes.
Republican strategist Sarah Longwell, referring to the violence, commented: “There are a significant number of voters who voted for Mr. Trump twice and they may not vote for him again after all this.” The Capitol mess in which the former US President was implicated and the legal troubles involving Mr Trump.