THERE ARE AT LEAST TWO SIDES TO EVERY STORY
Politics    |   #trump

Is Trump Likely To Win In 2024?

Biden's popularity is at worrying levels

Trump won't recreate the spark of 2016

 Getty: Pool / Pool

The disappointing start to Joe Biden's presidency has created an opening for Donald Trump to return, suggests Ross Douthat in The Irish Times. Whether due to poor choices or bad luck, Biden's popularity is dangerously low. The mishandling of the Afghanistan pullout wasted any increase in popularity it might have provided. His oversight brought no end to the chaos at the border. Meanwhile, Trump's approval rating may be growing to match Biden's. The pandemic isn't helping, as it continues to cripple US society. All in all, Biden is looking old and weak, much more so than he did as vice president. Unless things change, Trump will have a solid shot at reelection.

Keep on reading at The Irish Times

Donald Trump is unlikely to repeat his 2016 rise to the presidency in 2024, proclaims Darragh Roche of Newsweek. His biggest selling point was being a complete outsider, a breath of fresh air. After four years in the White House, that aura is gone. He will need to provide something similarly new, which is unlikely, to generate the excitement of 2016. That election success also came in the face of several major missteps by Democrats, such as undervaluing the Midwest, which probably won't happen again. Many in the GOP see Trump's railing about voter fraud in 2020, which hasn't been proven, as a political liability. The party might need someone different in 2024.

Keep on reading at Newsweek
52.5%
Where do you stand?
47.5%
SHOW COMMENTS
Write a response...
See what else you’re missing
single
modal image