Globalists, establishment republicans, and neocons across the country are mourning the fact that they will not have an alternate candidate to Nikki Haley in the 2024 presidential primary.
Daily caller reports, The former Maryland governor announced on Sunday that he would not run for president as a Republican.
After eight years as governor, Hogan was term-limited out of office in 2023. He left office with a 77% approval rating, with Democrats more favorable than Republicans. Despite some polls suggesting a possible competitive race, Hogan declined to challenge Democratic Sen. Chris Van Hollen.
During late 2022, Hogan founded Better Path Forward, a political action committee, sparking speculation about his political future. He also endorsed several GOP candidates in 2021 and 2022.
Things would have been difficult indeed for a moderate establishment Republican, with strong globalist ties in the presidential race, just as Nikki Haley how its going.
Washington post reports. Following her speech to influential conservatives, Nikki Haley was greeted by chants of “We love Trump” and other jeers from supporters of the former president.
As she exited the Conservative Political Action Conference outside of Washington, Haley was heckled by hecklers, the first major candidate to officially challenge Donald Trump.
While polls indicate that many Republican voters want an alternative, the episode demonstrates Trump’s passionate following among some conservatives.
Who can blame Hogan for hoping the neocon, globalist elite and country club republicans are gone for good. After all, it’s unprecedented to see a conservative America First agenda taking root across the nation in such a short time. It seems there’s only one person who is responsible and that’s Donald Trump. We have seen remarkable results from his policies around the economy, inflation and unemployment. Without Trump, what future lies ahead of us? Now more than ever before we need Trump in the White House permanently – licking our wounds in 2024, the only logical choice is to put him back in again.