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Experts reveal strategies that could aid Trump in the election campaign


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Moscow, June 3 – American experts told the News Agency that the participation of former US Vice President Mike Pence in the 2024 presidential election may help Donald Trump fight for the Republican nomination, and the chances of Pence himself are rather low.
Earlier, NBC News, quoting its own source, said that Pence intends to announce his candidacy for the post of head of state on June 7 to participate in the 2024 elections. Internet news portal Axios reported that the former governor of the US state of New Jersey, Chris Christie, will announce his nomination.
Although Pence may not have warm feelings for his former boss, having him in the race for the GOP presidential nomination will certainly help Trump. Pence will help split voters who do not support or oppose Trump, and his contribution (to the presidential race – ed.) There will be help, no matter how small, in Trump’s candidacy (as a Republican candidate) next year, “said the American historian and political analyst Paul Gottfried.

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He also expressed doubts that Pence would be able to get more than 1% or 2% in the polls, as the expert considers the former vice president to be “a very boring candidate.”
When asked if Pence could weaken Trump’s main opponent, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, political analyst and activist Keith Preston noted that the former vice president’s supporters are mainly representatives of a number of evangelical churches and strong opponents of abortion, while DeSantis enjoys support from a diverse group. wide. of constituencies in the Republican Party voters.
“I don’t know if having Pence in the race would be more dangerous for DeSantis than for Trump. Pence could steal the votes of evangelical Christians from DeSantis, but Pence could also win the votes of those who are happy with the performance of the Trump administration but look down on some of Trump’s antics, Especially regarding allegations of election theft, the Jan. 6 incident, and his multiplying legal battles.”
He also expressed the opinion that most of the participants in the presidential race do this not in order to win, but to attract financial resources to achieve certain positions – whether in the future presidential administration or in the private sector.

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