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Trump Publicly Turns on Vivek After Candidate Shared This One Picture…

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On Saturday, Donald Trump focused his attention on his most prominent supporter among the candidates for the Republican nomination contest. Specifically, he targeted Vivek Ramaswamy and informed his followers on Truth Social that the Republican entrepreneur’s views do not correspond with the tenets of the “Make America Great Again” initiative. Moreover, his allies are contributing to the extensive destruction.

Trump is en route to Iowa to participate in the caucus elections, which are expected to take place in extremely low temperatures.

Trump acknowledged that the state’s meteorological conditions might be favorable to his campaign. Moreover, he holds the opinion that reducing any support for Ramaswamy would yield similar benefits. As a result, he overtly demeaned the principal adversary, who exhibits a considerably diminished propensity for reprisal.

“Vivek started his campaign as a great supporter, ‘the best President in generations,’ etc. Unfortunately, now all he does is disguise his support in the form of deceitful campaign tricks. Very sly, but a vote for Vivek is a vote for the “other side” — don’t get duped by this,” exclaimed Trump. “Vote for ‘TRUMP,’ don’t waste your vote! Vivek is not MAGA. The Biden Indictments against his Political Opponent will never be allowed in this Country, they are already beginning to fall! MAGA!!!”

Chris LaCivita, an adviser on the Trump campaign, harshly criticized Ramaswamy on X just prior to the aforementioned remark by Trump. Companion to this critique was a retweet of an image that presumably instigated the following occurrences. A photograph of the candidate standing next to a group of electors wearing T-shirts bearing the inscription “Save Trump, Vote Vivek” was uploaded.

“Here is a great picture of this campaigns number one FRAUD,” LaCivita posted on X, declaring, “Trump doesn’t need ‘saving’.”

Immediately thereafter, Trump shared his remark on Truth Social, and LaCivita copied it to his X account with the caption “And here ya go….”

The impact of weather conditions on voter turnout is still uncertain, and the question of which candidate, if any, would be disadvantaged or benefited by it is a contentious one.

The following is an excerpt from a widely cited 2007 study by the Southern Political Science Association:

The relationship between bad weather and lower levels of voter turnout is widely espoused by media, political practitioners, and, perhaps, even political scientists. Yet, there is virtually no solid empirical evidence linking weather to voter participation.

This paper provides an extensive test of the claim. We examine the effect of weather on voter turnout in 14 U.S. presidential elections.

Using GIS interpolations, we employ meteorological data drawn from over 22,000 U.S. weather stations to provide election day estimates of rain and snow for each U.S. county.

We find that, when compared to normal conditions, rain significantly reduces voter participation by a rate of just less than 1% per inch, while an inch of snowfall decreases turnout by almost .5%.

Poor weather is also shown to benefit the Republican Party’s vote share. Indeed, the weather may have contributed to two Electoral College outcomes, the 1960 and 2000 presidential elections. CONTINUE READING…

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