Romney predicts Trump will be the Republican nominee in 2024 if he bids for re-election.

Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, stated this week that former President Trump will “without a doubt” be the Republican nominee for president in 2024 if he chose to seek re-election during that time frame.

During an interview with Politico, former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney stated, “I don’t delude myself into believing that I am the Republican Party’s most outspoken opponent.” A change of heart on his part would be the only thing that might potentially undermine his support. In that case, I believe he will be successful if he runs for President in ’24.”

The president has merely hinted at a possible presidential run in 2024, and no official announcements have been made since this year’s midterm elections, according to this writer. Due to his power over the Republican Party’s base, he has used it to support candidates in Republican primaries who have promised to support him in return, most notably JD Vance in the Republican Senate race held Tuesday.

In the wake of Vance’s victory, President Donald Trump expressed confidence in the upcoming campaign season. “With excellent candidates, I believe we will be victorious in several contests,” Trump said last week.

Mitt Romney has been a vocal critic of Donald Trump since the 2016 presidential election, referring to the real estate magnate and then-Republican presidential candidate as “a fraud.”

As the sole Republican senator who voted to convict Trump during his first impeachment, he has expressed dissatisfaction with the former president’s influence on Republican party members’ votes.

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