Trump should not be a candidate in 2024

Retirement of Senator Pat Toomey (Republican) Told CNBC On Friday, he believed that former President Trump should not be a Republican presidential candidate in 2024, and said his actions after the 2020 election were “totally unacceptable.”

Important reason: Toomy greatly supported Trump and his agenda during his first term, but seven senates voted for the former president’s conviction after being impeached for his role in the January 6 Capitol rebellion. Became one of the Republicans.

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  • Toomey first at his party Congratulations to President Biden After winning the 2020 election, he said, “Trump should accept the outcome of the election and facilitate the president’s transition process.”

Notable: Toomey announced in October last year that he would not seek reelection, isolating him from the threat of the GOP primary, which Trump normally directs to Republican critics.

What he says: “I think the president’s actions were completely unacceptable after the post-election events in 2020, so I don’t think he should be a candidate to lead the party in 2024,” Toumi said.

  • “I’m a conservative Republican on an objective basis, looking at voting records and looking at my views compared to traditional conservative Republicans,” he added.

  • “It was President Trump who separated the Republican Orthodox and the Conservative Orthodox in various ways. I stuck to the conservative view I had for a long time. He talked about issues such as trade and sometimes immigration. Had different views, and other things. “

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