Newt Gingrich Predicts Trump's Victory in 2024 GOP Primary and Dim Outlook for Third Republican Debate

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  • Source: Wayne Dupree
  • 09/28/2023
According to Newt Gingrich, a Fox News contributor and former House Speaker, he has declared that former President Donald Trump will emerge as the winner of the 2024 Republican primary. Additionally, Gingrich expressed his belief that a potential third Republican debate would not attract a significant viewership.

Newt Gingrich responded to the news on Fox News' The Ingraham Angle regarding Republican donors urging Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin to join the Republican primary against former President Donald Trump.


According to Gingrich, it is his belief that the funds required are available, however, the necessary support in terms of votes is lacking. Glenn Youngkin is someone whom I greatly admire and support. In my opinion, the individual in question is performing admirably in their role as governor. In the year 2028, there is a possibility that he may emerge as a highly remarkable candidate, potentially even becoming a frontrunner for the presidential election. However, it is important to note that this current moment does not present such an opportunity for him. This year, the event will not take place.

During a conversation, the individual expressed that they had spoken to a mutual friend named Matt Towery, who works as a pollster. According to Matt, after observing recent events, he believes that the race for the nomination is essentially decided, with Donald Trump emerging as the likely candidate. Matt further suggested that continuing to hold debates would be futile, as they do not yield any beneficial outcomes. The individual shared their agreement with Matt's viewpoint, indicating that this is the current state of affairs. The current speculation suggests that Donald Trump is likely to secure the nomination. Consequently, the primary concern for individuals revolves around their preference for either reelecting Joe Biden or supporting Donald Trump. In this situation, it appears that there is a lack of a neutral or moderate position.

Newt Gingrich expressed his opinion that the Republican National Committee should cancel upcoming debates and acknowledge the widely accepted fact that Donald Trump will be the party's nominee. The speaker expressed their desire to collaborate with him, highlighting that in certain races and polls, Trump holds a significant lead of 43 points over the closest competitor. The user has scored 43 points. It is highly likely that he will be chosen as the nominee.

Following Ingraham's suggestion, a proposal was made for a debate between Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley, with the exclusion of a moderator. Gingrich subsequently expressed his thoughts on the matter.

In considering the events of last night, it is evident that there were several individuals of high intelligence present on the stage. It is agreeable that if these individuals were placed in a more conducive environment for genuine conversation, they would likely exhibit even more captivating qualities. However, it is important to acknowledge that such circumstances would not significantly contribute to their chances of becoming the nominee. This is primarily due to the limited viewership that these events tend to attract. The specific numbers from last night are unknown, however, it is anticipated that they will be more unfavorable. In the event that a third debate takes place, it is highly likely that the viewership for this particular event will be minimal. The impact of this will be limited to the news media only.


In his analysis, Gingrich reached the conclusion that although he held a favorable opinion of both Haley and DeSantis as individuals, the current circumstances remain unchanged. The assertion is made that Donald Trump is not truly a candidate. The individual in question holds the position of a leader within a nationwide movement. This role entails a distinct psychological and emotional connection that differs significantly from that of a candidate.


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