With the mid-term elections coming up and things looking very poorly for the Democratic Party, Republicans are poised to take major advantage of a lackluster first two years under President Joe Biden’s leadership.
By retaking one or both houses of Congress at the mid-terms, Republicans would be in a great position to step back into the White House, giving the GOP control of the legislative, executive and judicial branches. Whether that happens remains to be seen and much of that possibility depends on one man: former President Donald Trump.
In a New York Times/Siena College poll, Trump was the preference of more than 50% of Republicans to be the party nominee for the 2024 race. While those numbers are down somewhat, they are still plenty high enough for the former president to become the party’s nominee.
While Trump’s appeal has taken some hits from his continuing…