Former President Donald Trump has added former Congressman Newt Gingrich to his team, further strengthening the strategy designed to complete the Republican Party’s majority in Congress, a process that so far is progressing very well.
Gingrich will apply his experience as a former House speaker and former presidential candidate in 2012 to design a policy agenda that will more solidly unite Republicans ahead of the decisive 2022 and 2024 elections, noted The Blaze May 26.
Trump held a crucial meeting recently that included in addition to Gingrich, his former chief of staff, Mark Meadows, and Sen. Lindsey Graham to renew the “Contract with America” that will update “America First” principles on every key aspect of the country’s life, such as trade and immigration, according to Politico.
“School choice, teaching American history for real, abolishing the ‘1619 Project,’ eliminating critical race theory and what the Texas legislature is doing. We should say, ‘Bring it on,'” Gingrich mentioned alluding to the issues the document will consider.
Among Gingrich’s successful strategic moves was leading the Republican campaign that won 52 seats in the House and nine in the Senate in 1994, allowing then-Democratic President Bill Clinton control.
The new roadmap being drawn up by former President Trump’s task force would also complement a political platform that embraces all members of the Republican Party and would eventually serve as a governing agenda.
Most Republicans miss Trump’s leadership, despite the discrediting that Democratic opponents have tried to subject him to, and even against the failed lawsuits they have pushed against him.
This is evidenced by the results of the Quinnipiac University Poll, revealed on May 26, according to which 66 percent of Republicans want him to run for another term as president.
Likewise, an even larger percentage, 85 percent, trust his judgment as leader of the party and as an arbiter of the other candidates running for the other offices in government.
“As candidates begin to participate in the 2022 midterm elections, more than 8 in 10 Republicans (85 percent) say they would prefer candidates running for elected office to be mostly in agreement with Donald Trump,” the pollster reported.
On the other hand, there persists among most members of the Republican Party a dislike for the controversial results of the 2020 presidential election, a perception that was also captured in the same survey.
In this regard, “two-thirds of Republicans (66 – 25 percent) say they think Joe Biden’s victory was not legitimate,” Quinnipiac University Poll reported.
The political strength that voters confer on Trump keeps Democrats trying to disable his presidential aspirations, so they prosecute another lawsuit against him from New York.
“This is a continuation of the greatest Witch Hunt in American history,” Trump considered mentioning the long history of harassment and persecution against him initiated by Democrats since the first day he took office as president, as he points out in his website From the Desk of Donald J. Trump, on May 25.