The Republican Party is not coming out of Trump's circle easily

 


With former President Donald Trump's acquittal, the Republican Party in the United States is expected to lean more towards extreme conservatism.

In 2024, Trump will be 78 years old. At this age, no one thought of running for president again. But Trump himself has now said, "The journey has just begun."

Trump has announced that he will accelerate the "Make America Great" movement.

Trump's blind followers are with him. To them, Trump is not just a politician, he is also a staunch supporter of hardline whites.

Senator Graham later told reporters that Trump is feeling excellent. He thanked everyone of his party, including lawyers, for their support. 


Trump played golf in Florida on February 14, the day after he was acquitted by the Senate impeachment court. His close Republican senator Lindsay Graham spoke with Trump that day.

Senator Graham later told reporters that Trump is feeling excellent. He thanked everyone of his party, including lawyers, for their support.

Graham said Trump has spoken of restructuring the Republican Party. He is working to unite the party ahead of the mid-2022 elections. 

Senator Graham said he would discuss the issue with Trump again next week.

Graham described Trump as a vibrant leader of the Republican Party. He said Trump's movement is still going well.

Senator Mitch McConnell, known as the front-line leader of the Republican Party, said Trump was responsible for the January 6 violence. 

He spoke out against Trump but voted against punishing him.

The day after the impeachment court ruling, Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell said he was looking forward to the party's good results in the 2022 midterm elections. He is focusing on those who can win everywhere, starting from nominations.


Mitch McConnell's position is not against Trump. As a result, the weak anti-Trump liberal conservatives in the Republican Party are largely cornered.

The situation of moderate Republicans in Trump's America was not good. 

Trump sees his political future in the midst of extreme conservatism, inciting extremism and hatred. He still believes that.

Liberal conservatives have never had a place around Trump. These neglected conservatives were at the core of the Republican Party until the time of George W. Bush. 


In the House of Representatives, 10 Republican lawmakers voted in favor of Trump's impeachment. Seven Republican senators voted in favor of Trump's sentence in the impeachment court. 


Trump's influence is greater among the party's newcomers. Extremely conservative whites, including him, see Trump as their political protector.

In the House of Representatives, 10 Republican lawmakers voted in favor of Trump's impeachment. Seven Republican senators voted in favor of Trump's sentence in the impeachment court. 

Many of these Republican lawmakers are retiring. Or their position in their seats is very shaky. 

As a result, there is no sign of a counter-attack in the Republican Party surrounding these lawmakers.

Right-wing conservative Trump leaders are being invited to a meeting of the Republican National Committee. As a result, Trump is expected to keep the Republican Party in his grip.

Trump is expected to try to be relevant in American politics by keeping the party in the extreme conservative realm.

 As a result, US politics is expected to become more intolerant and more confrontational in the future.

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