76% Of GOP Voters: End 2024 GOP Primary Debates


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GOP voters are done with the 2024 debates.

A new poll found that 76% of GOP voters want to end GOP debates.

It also shows him with a 5% lead over Joe Biden.

The Washington Examiner reported:

At this stage of the 2024 presidential election, it can’t get much clearer.

According to the Trump campaign’s longtime pollster, McLaughlin & Associates:

Former President Donald Trump has his biggest primary lead yet, 47 points, over Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) and former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, both stuck at 8%.
Most Republican voters — 76% — want to end the GOP debates and have the focus turned to Trump versus President Joe Biden.
Trump has one of his widest leads yet over Biden, 48%-43%.
A majority view the Biden presidency as a disaster.

The 3rd scheduled debate has already come under criticism.

The criticism is over the fact that two of the moderators came from NBC news.

Breitbart reported:

The third scheduled debate has already come under criticism, as two of the three moderators hail from NBC News. Lester Holt of Nightly News and Kristen Welker of Meet the Press will join Hugh Hewitt of The Hugh Hewitt Show, the latter of whom apparently serves as the debate’s conservative element — something each debate has, as promised by Republican National Committee (RNC) chairwoman Ronna McDaniel. However, she told Breitbart News Daily in April that it would be difficult to wholly exclude members of the establishment media, as there are not enough conservative networks to work with.

“But the reality is, you know, there’s not enough conservative networks. We can’t do all the debates on Fox,” McDaniel said at the time.

“So that’s an issue we’re going to be facing and dealing with as we go forward, but there will be a conservative partner with every single debate,” she added.