Paul Ryan: Donald Trump Won’t be GOP Nominee in 2024

Former House Speaker Paul Ryan said former President Donald Trump will not be the GOP presidential nominee in 2024.

By then, Trump’s “unelectability will be palpable,” the former Republican lawmaker said in a Teneo Insights Series conversation.

“We all know that he will lose,” Ryan said. “Or, let me put it this way: We all know that he’s so much more likely to lose the White House than anybody else running for president on our side of the aisle. So why would we want to go with that?”

“We all know that he will lose,” Ryan said. “Or, let me put it this way: We all know that he’s so much more likely to lose the White House than anybody else running for president on our side of the aisle. So why would we want to go with that?”

Ryan, the GOP’s former 2012 vice presidential nominee, said the only reason he stays relevant is because “everybody’s afraid of him” going after them.

“The fact that he polls so much poorer than anybody else running for president, as a Republican against the Democrat, is enough right there. He’s gonna know this. And so whether he runs or not, I don’t really know if it matters. He’s not going to be the nominee,” Ryan went on. 

Ryan, who had a rocky relationship with Trump, left Congress in January 2019 and is now vice chairman of Teneo.


2 thoughts on “Paul Ryan: Donald Trump Won’t be GOP Nominee in 2024

  1. And I hope Ryan is right. Trump is not likeable; he is too selfish and too critical of anyone who disagrees with him, even those who have been faithful to him. His ego and pride are his greatest enemies. DeSantis can be the next POTUS easily.

  2. If DeSantis does get in I hope he follows Trumps policy”s that worked so well for our county and cancels out all of Bidens policy’s.

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