Polling at 0.06%, GOP Candidate Elder Says Even If Trump Walked On Water, Suburban Women Wouldn't Vote For Him

During a recent appearance on Fox News, conservative radio host and potential 2024 Republican presidential candidate Larry Elder argued that even if "he walked on water," swing voters would not back the former President.

"I love what he did as president and I think Republicans do as well, but they're very concerned, and I think rightfully so, that a sufficient number of swing voters, especially suburban women, would not vote for the man if he walked on water," said Elder to Trey Gowdy of Fox News. In reality, Trey, if he did, people would claim he is not a swimmer.


Elder added that Trump had caused destruction of friendships and family ties all over the nation. Even Elder himself had lost three close friends, two of whom he had a legal business with, of almost 40 years, as a direct result of his prior support for the former president. "Houston, we have a problem," Elder said to Trey, pointing out how concerning it was that Donald Trump was getting in the way of even working relationships and family dynamics.

Trump was not the first person to "invent tax cuts" or even to "talk about the border wall," Elder said, even if he supported Trump's ideas.

Elder's polling numbers have dipped to a mere 0.6%, placing him behind Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC), billionaire Vivek Ramaswamy, former Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson, former New Jersey governor Chris Christie, and Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin.
On the other hand, Donald Trump, leading the Republican field, shows a commanding 53.9% of the vote, leaving Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (21.3%), former Vice President Mike Pence (4.7%), and former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley (4.6%) in the dust.

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