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WATCH: Are Republicans capable of defeating Biden in 2024?

WATCH: Are Republicans capable of defeating Biden in 2024?

The 2024 presidential race officially began several weeks ago with former President Donald Trump’s announcement that he would launch a historic third campaign to win back the White House for a second, non-consecutive term.

Now, after a string of not-so-surprising results for Republicans following last month’s midterm elections, many are wondering how the GOP as a party will attempt to turn the tide and secure victory.

Not only to increase their majority in the House and recapture the Senate, but also how the future Republican presidential nominee can make the case to voters that President Joe Biden is unworthy of a second term.

Recently, The political insider Brett Smith sat down with veteran Washington, DC commentator Peter Roff to discuss the key to defeating Biden and the Democrats’ nefarious agenda in 2024.

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Where the GOP Failed

Republicans across the country are being forced to come to terms with their inability to convince voters to run for them after what many saw as a decisive victory, especially given the current administration’s failure to rein in the inflation and its uncontrollable price management. increases food and energy costs.

“The GOP is behaving like it already has 2024 in the bag,” Smith said. “But the ‘red wave’ they promised us for the mid-terms didn’t work out.”

Smith asked Roff if a Republican would be able to defeat Biden in the general election unless drastic steps were taken to change the way Republicans handled things going forward, wondering if the focus should be put on finding a candidate who can defeat Biden alone or just one. it could better maneuver Washington to reverse many of the current administration’s disastrous policies.

Roff cited Ronald Reagan’s 1980 campaign as an example for the eventual candidate and the party as a whole to follow.

“What Reagan did was tell the country how to cut spending, balance the budget, cut taxes, show support for traditional family values, support a strong American national security establishment that would scare the Russians and scare the Chinese for them to behave better would create a better world, and that’s what Reagan was prepared to do,” Roff said.

“Somewhere along the line, the Republican leadership has gotten used to making deals in Washington and not going to the American people and telling them up front that’s why it’s going to be good for you. They make a deal and then talk about what’s going to be good about it,” Roff continued. “So nobody’s invested, they’re not building a movement, they’re not building a party, they’re not building support for themselves.”

“Prime Minister Thatcher used to say ‘First you win the argument then you win the election.’ Republicans want to win the election so they can win the battle.”

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Biden is going nowhere

As for rumors that Biden is deciding not to be re-elected or having to face potential primary opponents, Roff says ignore them.

“Whether Biden is carried on someone’s shoulders or on a stretcher, he’s likely to be the nominee in 2024 because he’s [the least] objectionable candidate among Democrats,” Roff said.

“Kamala is a disaster. Gavin Newsom threw himself with Biden. Bernie is an almost certain loss. Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg, are yesterday’s news, smelly old fish wrapped in paper ready for the garage box. And there are no Democrats with new ideas, trying new things that are culturally progressive enough for the coalition that controls the Democratic Party’s nominating process.

As for the key to victory, Roff strongly believes that the GOP must “offer the American people what Newt Gingrich called ‘an agenda worth voting for.’

“How they’re going to get inflation under control, what they’re going to do to stimulate economic growth, what policies they’re going to adopt to help lower energy prices. How they will stop the out of control elites on the east and west coasts from poisoning the minds of children in public schools, how they will make the streets safe, they have to have this program.

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