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Former Advisor To Bill Clinton Drops BIG News About Donald Trump And 2024

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One of the minds behind Bill Clinton’s comeback reelection effort was Dick Morris, who also happens to be a friend of Donald Trump as well as “extended family” member.

Morris was a secret, unpaid advisor to President Trump in 2020, and has been whispering in his ear ever since.

As a political consultant and pollster as well, Morris expresses his thoughts on Donald Trump’s possible bid for reelection in 2024 in his new book, The Return, just released.

“Our candidate in 2024 will be, and must be, Donald J. Trump. Accept no substitutes. Only he can put together the coalition that generated 74 million votes in 2020. And we don’t want a bleached-out, kinder, nicer, gentler Donald Trump, either! We want and need the same Donald Trump who won in 2016, increased his vote share in 2020 by eleven million votes, and in between, was one of our truly great presidents,” added Morris, a Newsmax analyst and host of Dick Morris Democracy.

“I have spoken with the former president dozens of times since he left office, and our conversations were always either about how he was cheated in 2020, or how he would get back in 2024. He has never, for a moment, taken his eye off the ball — getting back in the White House!” added Morris.

In The Return: Trump’s Big 2024 Comeback, Morris goes into what happened in 2020, how that affected Trump’s presidency, and what a possible strategy would be for Trump to return to the White House as President.

Morris doesn’t dismiss election fraud and how it undermined Trump’s reelection, but concedes that in the end, the Democratic candidate, Joe Biden, got more votes and that will be something to overcome going in to the next presidential election.

He maintains that states try to get back to pre-COVID voting rules.

Morris suggests that GOP voters elect Republican secretaries of state who set election rules, and that the GOP do a better job turning out the vote. Bigger votes, he wrote, are the future and the GOP has to deal with it.

He also allows that the Trump campaign and White House didn’t fully get the impact of the virus, as it was the early days of the crisis, and their anti-mask message.

Morris further states that the degree to which the liberal media was working overtime to take out Trump was severely underestimated.

“His most serious error was to incur the wrath of the media,” said Morris, who knows a bit about coming under media fire.

Morris now suggests reminding voters of the three issues that were handled successfully and well by Trump and his administration, the economy, illegal immigration, and surging crime.

These issues were well in hand, he states, when the Biden administration took over and implemented their own initiatives.

“Each of the three has the same unique feature: none was a problem under Donald Trump, and all emerged as serious issues on the day that Biden was inaugurated,” said Morris.

The GOP should then try to convince voters that Biden nor his team have figured out a way to change the direction of those issues, and won’t because they want to “transform America into a nation none of us will recognize by destroying social, cultural, economic, and political freedoms.”

Not one to sugar coat personalities, Morris also addresses Trump himself. He said the president is a bully and tough-talker, but nobody’s going to change that.

“Trump is Trump. Like it or lump it. He’ll never change, and I came to realize that his manner could not be divorced from his successful outcomes. Change one, and you would forfeit the other,” said Morris.

In 2020, he said, some voters disliked Trump’s style, but expressed satisfaction with his job performance.

Morris referred to other tough businessmen.

“If he [Frank Perdue]could persuade America that it took a tough man to make a tender chicken, perhaps we could make the point that it took one to make a good president.”

Therefore, Morris says, the answer is to work with Trump the way he is.

Morris predicts that Trump will build his base on white and Latino voters. In the last election, Trump did well with Hispanics, and even won border areas.

“Trump’s political power is rooted in his unique ability to attract, as no other American political figure can, two key groups of swing voters who became part of his core constituency: white high-school-educated voters and Hispanic-American patriots,” said Morris, laying out another element of the upcoming campaign strategy.

“Will he run in 2024? You bet he will. Will he be the GOP nominee? Absolutely. Will he win the election? Yes,” Morris writes in his quick reading strategy book provided to Secrets in advance of the book’s release.

“Can he win? Not only can he win, he will win, and nobody else can. As surely as he was our 45th president, he will be our 47th as well!” wrote Morris in his new book, reported by The Washington Examiner.

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2 years ago


Forrest W Byers
Forrest W Byers
2 years ago

Trump’s weakness, vanity won over political realization of counting on Council from Swamp holdovers like Farci! Really dumb and short sighted ,not ready for prime time.

2 years ago

2024, is way beyond the tolerance of “we the people” !
Something will happen this year, wether you like it or Not!
It’s up to you White Hats, will it be easy or hard?

2 years ago

I would not trust D. Morris in the sh&&t house with a muzzle on!

david russell
david russell
2 years ago

While I agree with much of Morris’ analysis, I don’t think Trump can win because too many people rabidly hate him. There is no limit to what Democrats will do to stop him IMO including violence.

I’d also say that Trump mostly governed by EOs, which were all reversed by Biden. We need someone who can get legislation passed and get good people into the govt. Trump largely was a disaster in his choices (Amarosa???!!!)

2 years ago
Reply to  david russell

U R one of those edumacated fellers aren’t U? ????
Professor or high school gym teacher?
Phoney RINO

Sara Haney
2 years ago

There may be all those people who hate Trump, but I say count the ones who love him and will follow him. Count the ones who turn out hours early to go to his rallies, then add those who watch and applaud him at home. The man faced the worst display of jealousy, hatred, and lies, but carried on with what he had said he’d do; hated or not, he got things done.

As far as Mr. Morris is concerned, he’s entitled to his opinion; who cares? As far as Xiden’s receiving millions of votes, most of those millions were votes for President Trump and were moved over during the night to Xiden. Those watching the counting election night saw what happened; due to gutless judges (who are the ones who should be impeached), President Trump was cheated out of the election he won.

Unfortunately, we are all suffering for the cheating, and the country is being destroyed more each day. No DOJ, No CIA (worth their pay), No judges at any level who know the Constitution and how to follow it. “A Republic if we can keep it”; God help us. If America goes down, the rest of the world will quickly follow. Will this justify all the jealousy and hatred against one man?