An FBI raid on Donald Trump's Mar-Arago mansion in Florida will lead to the former president's long-anticipated 2024 Support for the candidacy would "absolutely" rally, political commentators and Trump supporters argued Tuesday. ``martyrs,'' and had the 45th president portray himself as a victim of a ``corrupt government agency''. Mr. Greg Keller, a Missouri-based Republican strategist, told the Post.
Chuck Flint, former chief of staff to Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-Tn.), predicted the raid — reportedly Trump from whites exfiltrating confidential records } — united Republicans behind Trump to "harden the pattern of government agencies used by leftists to target political opponents."
2016 The IRS or DOJ, which audits conservative organizations, rely on Democratic dossier as a pretext to launch an investigation into Trump in 2015.
It will energize Republican voters who have not forgotten that Clinton deleted 33,000 emails, slapped his wrist and walked away," he added.
Polls pollster John Zogby said that despite Trump's wealth, Trump appealed as a candidate to those outraged by "'abuse by the elite'."
"He was able to hone that message, despite his brave, boastful, and over-the-top lifestyle." is someone who personally resents not being taken seriously by those same elites," Zogby said.
``He is most effective when he portrays himself as a victim.
Zogby continued, direct from the central casting, in a move to portray Trump as a victim.
Other prominent political watchers say that Trump, after the 45th president complained that his property was being raided,, "occupied" and "besieged" by the federal government predicted on Twitter that his support would skyrocket.
Former "The View" co-host and outspoken Trump critic Meghan McCain tweetedin response to the news. Just hand him 2024 on a silver platter..."
Rep. Greg Steube (R-Florida) also attended, writing, The raid says "President Trump will run for re-election against Biden."
Meanwhile, former New York City mayor and Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang tweeted that he is a Trump fan.
It reinforces a person's claim," writes Yang.
Some of his enthusiastic Trump fans gathered outside Trump Tower on his Fifth Avenue in Manhattan early Tuesday morning.Dion Brooklyn resident and veteran girlfriend Cini told The Post:
"Everything has been ruined in the last 18 months. We need him back more than ever." When asked if he would energize Trump supporters in the US, Cini replied, "Of course, 100%."
His wife, Fiona, argued that the FBI's actions would "pull some people out of the woodworking shop", adding that "some people were forced to try to figure out what was going on."
John Riches, a New Jersey resident and Afghanistan War veteran, argued, "This will absolutely get a lot of people off the fence." .
"Especially the unbrainwashed young voters. They all saw the sheer nonsense last night. The whole world saw it," he continued.
"After what they did last night, you are either an American or a Democrat. You cannot be both today."