Lots of people believe that Trump could win reelection in 2024, including the liberal former Daily Show host Jon Stewart.
Stewart remarked on this during an interview over the weekend.
Naturally, he had to bring up January 6th too.
The Hill reports:
Jon Stewart says Trump has ‘a very good chance’ in 2024
Jon Stewart says former President Trump has “a very good chance” of winning back the White House if he enters the 2024 race.
“I think he’s got it — he’s got a very good chance. And they’re smarter about it,” Stewart said Sunday during an interview with David Remnick at the 22nd annual New Yorker Festival.
“The danger of the coup — again, Jan. 6 is the TV event moment of it,” the host of “The Problem with Jon Stewart” on Apple TV+, said of the riot by Trump supporters at the Capitol earlier this year. “It’s the special that came out. And that’s what all the TV networks were focused on.”
“He’s brilliant at understanding what will drive the television narratives,” Stewart said, referring to Trump.
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Stewart also predicted that if Trump runs again, it will “all be about Jan. 6 and ‘Stop the Steal.'”
“But what I think they really learned from this exercise was there are really specific pivot points within the American electoral system, and those pivot points are generally the administration of elections run by partisans, but not ideologues,” he said.
Democrats are not going to like hearing this from their hero, Stewart.
Democrats triggered in 3, 2, 1… https://t.co/P1oSNZ3kCS
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) October 11, 2021
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— Lydia Moynihan (@LJMoynihan) October 11, 2021
Joe Biden is certainly doing everything he can to make sure Trump wins in 2024.
The border is a mess, the economy is crumbling, the Afghanistan withdrawal was a disaster, and Biden won’t even take questions from a compliant media.
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