Democrats and self-appointed “progressives” are not going to like the results of the latest Rasmussen survey, which finds 72 percent of likely Republican voters supporting the notion that President Donald Trump “should remain the role model.”
According to Rasmussen, “Just over half (52%) of Republicans think their party should look for a fresh face to run for president in 2024. Thirty-three percent (33%) disagree and say the GOP should promote a candidate who has already run in the past. Fifteen percent (15%) are not sure.”
The polling firm confirmed that “most Republicans have consistently identified more with Trump than the average GOP member of Congress.”
The poll results come as many believe the election was stolen from President Trump. He leaves office Jan. 20 as Democrat Joe Biden will be sworn in, along with far left liberal Kamala Harris as vice president, replacing Vice President Mike Pence.
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One America News is reporting “A number of GOP senators are preparing to reject the Electoral College’s vote count next month. As the House and Senate get ready for the formal count on January 6, a group of Republican House members are planning to object to the results. The group, led by Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Al.), would need at least one senator to side with him to force a debate on the matter.”
OANN says “Potential sympathizers include incoming Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Al.) whose campaign was endorsed by the President, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.).”
However, Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) reportedly is urging fellow Republicans to “vote against President Trump,” the news organization reported. McConnell earlier congratulated Biden.
Meanwhile, Newsmax is reporting that Trump “will continue to command the following of ‘a big chunk’ of the Republican Party after he leaves office, Maryland’s GOP Gov. Larry Hogan said on Sunday.”
Hogan, who has been a Trump critic, tempered that observation noting, “He certainly has an oversized voice in the party. It’s going to be a lot different after Jan. 20, when he’s not in the position to exert such influence as he does now.”
Trump supporters are reportedly planning a rally in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 6, and the president tweeted over the weekend encouraging people to attend.
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