Former RNC spokesperson reveals what could make Trump 'most vulnerable' for the 2024 presidential election

Former RNC spokesperson reveals what could make Trump 'most vulnerable' for the 2024 presidential election
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As former President Donald Trump kicks off his third presidential campaign ahead of the 2024 election, one former Republican Party spokesperson is shedding light on the one vulnerability that could negatively impact his chances of taking the White House again.

Although Trump is at the center of multiple investigations, former Republican operative Tim Miller insists there is something more damning that American voters may still be focused on.

Speaking to MSNBC’s Alex Wagner, “success efficacy” particularly on immigration issues may play a key role."

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He also included a number of other factors that could work against Trump including his "push to develop a coronavirus vaccine, and his acceptance of COVID mitigation measures such as lockdowns in the early months of the pandemic."

According to Miller, those factors "may make him 'most vulnerable.'"

“He could get positioned as, ’Oh you went in with the medical establishment, the elites, when (Florida’s Republican Gov.) Ron DeSantis ... zagged the other direction and listened to the people,” said Miller.

Miller's grim prediction appeared to shock Wagner who said, “Wow...Wow. From the man who was advocating hydroxychloroquine, he’s now too mainstream for the GOP.”

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Watch the video below or at this link.

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