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Wall Street Journal warns Republicans: ‘Trump won’t win another election’

In the aftermath of Donald Trump’s second acquittal in an impeachment trial, his supporters celebrated confirmed dominance of the Republican party. But as they did so an influential voice warned: “Mr Trump may run again, but he won’t win another national election.”

The Wall Street Journal also said moves by Trump other than a run for the presidential nomination in 2024, including a “revenge campaign tour” or third-party run, would only “divide the centre-right and elect Democrats”.

No one so much as Democrats wishes for that analysis to be true: that if Trump insists on remaining a loud voice

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