Will the Republican party change direction? – Thelocalreport.in


(NewsNation) — After a predicted red wave failed to emerge in the midterm election, the Republican Party is considering a shift in messaging and leadership.

While the GOP grapples with a few predicted, some in the party are already looking ahead to 2024 while others are urging caution.

Republican Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri tweeted

, “The old party is dead. Time to bury it. Try something new…”

“All Republicans should be focused on winning in Georgia and trying to understand the midterm elections before Senate leadership elections or moving on to the 2024 presidential race,” Sen. Lindsey Graham cautioned in a tweet.

One potential candidate who seems unlikely to hear Graham’s advice is former President Donald Trump, who has been teasing a Nov. 15 announcement since before the election.

Trump’s close advisors are reportedly pleading with him to hold off on an official campaign launch, citing concerns it could negatively impact the Georgia runoff election and complications that come from campaign finance rules that take effect once he’s officially announced his candidacy.


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