“I don’t think he [Trump] would be a strong candidate to run in 2024 because I don’t think he would have the following to win after everything that has happened”
“Hi, my name is Tamara. I’m from Colorado. I voted for Donald Trump in 2016 and 2020. But I will not plan on voting for him in 2024.
“When Donald Trump was president, I thought he did a very good job. He has sound business skills. I thought his economic decisions were on point. I am a conservative, so he aligned with a lot of my conservative beliefs.
“But I don’t think he would be a strong candidate to run in 2024 because I don’t think he would have the following to win after everything that has happened.
“I think Trump does have a lot of baggage to run in 2024. I think there is way too much baggage that the media will jump on, and I think it would be detrimental to his campaign.
“He was not successful in 2020 and that worries me for 2024. So I have conservative beliefs, that’s at the core of my being, and that’s what’s important to me. And if he were to run in 2024, I don’t think the party would win and I think that would be detrimental to our country.
“So in this 2024 election, I would like to see someone that is a little younger, that appeals to more demographics than just the older population that is conservative. I’m conservative myself and I’m middle aged. I’d like to see someone that has the same beliefs, but also has the appeal and the influence that could actually win.
“If you’re planning on voting for Donald Trump in 2024, I can understand your decision. I would respectfully disagree, just because he did not win in 2020. I don’t think he’s electable at this point, no matter how much I loved what he did when he was president. I just don’t think he’s electable at this point.
“And I think we need to choose someone better that can actually be electable, and win, and influence the country in general.”