6 Chilling Factoids Political Analyst Earl Ofari Hutchinson Details in his new book President Trump

By: The Hutchinson Report
President Trump Again?
President Trump Again?
LOS ANGELES - Aug. 21, 2023 - PRLog -- *Trump Can Win the White House Even Without Winning Independents and Youth to Win the White House

*The massive support Trump received following each indictment is not just from die hard Trump loyalists

*The GOP will totally back him  as its 2024 presidential contender

*Vote suppression will give Trump a major edge in the five states that decide the White House

*Trump will not be convicted or jailed in any of the prosecutions

*Trump's 2024 campaign will be a professional effective campaign totally different from that of 2020 or 2016

I August 2023, Trump faced multiple state and federal indictments, endless court appearances, depositions, and mountainous legal entanglements.

Normally, this would have been more than enough to knock any aspiring presidential candidate out of the box as a viable presidential contender. But not only did Trump's growing political and legal woes, not KO him, it further boosted his standing and appeal to a wide body within and without the GOP. Polls repeatedly showed either slight gains or only a marginal loss of support after each indictment.

In President Trump—Again? noted political analyst Earl Ofari Hutchinson takes a laser look at how Trump plans to turn his legal debacles to his advantage. He assesses how he will exploit his self-created fiction that

he was cheated in 2020 out of the White House. He tells how his 2024 presidential campaign will be markedly different than his prior campaigns. And most importantly, Hutchinson assesses why, and how a possible convicted felon could win and serve as president.


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