Trump Heads to D.C. For Major Showdown – Republicans Didn’t See This Coming

After the 2020 Election, it looked like prominent Republicans opposed Trump’s future leadership. Even well-known names in the party thought Trump was in the rearview mirror. When the time came for the presidential primaries, many Republicans jumped into the race.

But, it was clear from the very start that most Republican voters were still on the Trump train. Even if a few Republican leaders opposed Trump, what were they going to do in the face of millions of Trump fans?

After a decisive primary victory, Trump has become the party’s nominee. Even with Democrats’ lawfare against him, Trump seems to be rising in popularity. Now, he is returning to D.C. for the first time in a long time. He is pulling the party under his banner. And a few surprise names will be involved.

Former President Trump will travel to the nation’s capital on Thursday to take part in a series of meetings with Republicans from both the House and Senate, and attend an event with top business executives in America…

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., who endorsed Trump’s bid to take back the White House in March, said Wednesday that he would be in attendance for the meeting and that the former president has “earned the nomination by the voters” for the 2024 presidential election. It’ll be the first time the two high-profile Republicans have met since December 2020. [Source: Fox News]

Trump is returning to Washington to collaborate with Republican leaders in Congress. The focus of the event will be to shape Republican platform policies that should carry them into the November election. A Trump representative said they are “looking ahead at the policies that will save the nation.”

The former president will be meeting with some well-known names, including Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La., Majority Leader Steve Scalise, R-La., Majority Whip Tom Emmer, R-Minn., and House GOP Conference Chair Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y. Also in attendance will be Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell—who has long been considered a RINO and enemy of Trump’s.

But McConnell himself endorsed Trump’s campaign. Along with them, Trump will meet with 200 CEOs at the Business Roundtable. This could be a critical step in securing more support from business leaders—as well as raising additional funds.

Trump is quickly catching up to Joe Biden in fundraising. In the coming months, he might surpass Biden as Democrat donors grow increasingly worried about Joe’s viability.

Author: Bo Dogan


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