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GOP Hopefuls Sneakily Backstab Trump

We have always been told that politics is dirty business but sometimes it’s truly shocking to see just how dirty and manipulative it can be.

As you may already know, the Jan 6 Panel is doing everything in their power to manipulate the narrative to ensure Trump doesn’t run again in 2024.

One thing you haven’t notices however is that many top Trump-supporting Republicans have stayed very quiet about everything that is going on regarding the Jan 6 hearings. The reason they are staying quiet is because in the background they appear to be plotting on how to step in for Trump if he is denied the right to run again 2024 and want to take his spot.

According to The Hill, top Republicans such as Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) and Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) who regularly support Trump are awfully quite about the Jan 6 hearings. Many experts believe that these Republicans are positioning themselves to take over the presidency if Trump’s name gets too damaged to run again in 2024.

Other republicans such as Florida Governor Ron DeSantis have made light of the Jan 6 hearing by saying they are “beating a dead horse” but nothing else.

While things seem calm within the Republican party at the moment it appears that a big battle is brewing about who will take Trump’s role if Trump ends up not running for the 2024 presidential election.


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