Donald Trump's path to the White House just got a little bit easier. One of the most recognized conservatives in America has just announced he's NOT running in 2024, meaning Donald's road to 2024 now has one less car in traffic.
Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton's announcement comes at a crucial time in American politics. The midterms before a presidential election are one of the most important times in any presidential cycle. The House and Senate will be sorted out, and candidates will have a better idea of what to expect during their campaign trail over the next two years.
Cotton didn't even have to wait until midterms were over. He's made his decision.
He's NOT running.
According to Politico:
"Cotton’s decision kicks off a critical period in the 2024 presidential election cycle. After this week’s midterm election, potential candidates — including Trump, some of his Cabinet officials and prominent Republican governors and senators — are set to face more urgent questions about whether they will enter the race after spending the last two years making preparations.
Until this week, Cotton was one of those looking at a national campaign. He has spent much of the last two years campaigning across the country for Republican midterm candidates, using local races as an opportunity to introduce himself to voters. He has taken a series of trips to Iowa and New Hampshire, which host the party’s first two presidential nominating contests. And he raised $8 million that could have seeded a presidential campaign account."
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