Kayleigh Sounds the Trumpet: Suburban Votes Key to 2024 Win!

Former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany had some strong opinions about her former employer, former President Trump, following the announcement by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) that he would be withdrawing from his 2024 presidential campaign. McEnany advised Trump that he must establish the tone for the next nine months if he wishes to defeat President Joe Biden.

She underscored the significance of Trump's vice-presidential selection in garnering support from independent voters, establishment voters, and those who are in favor of Nikki Haley, the sole remaining candidate vying for the Republican nomination. McEnany observed that Trump must secure the support of suburban women for the November election, as all Republicans are anticipated to participate.

McEnany expressed her views on the Fox News anchor of The Big Weekend Show, who contended that in order to secure victory, Trump must secure the support of suburban women. Trump leads Haley among New Hampshire voters, according to a new poll by the Washington Post and Monmouth University; 52% of prospective primary voters support him, compared to 34% for Haley.

By virtue of DeSantis's endorsement of Trump, the former president gains a strategic advantage in retaining the support of individuals who initially favored the governor of Florida. This occurrence, in conjunction with the poll findings, provides additional support for McEnany's counsel to Trump concerning the criticality of his vice-presidential selection and the need to appeal to a diverse array of voters.

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