Donald Trump, the former president, has already pronounced his victory in the impending Republican presidential primary in Georgia, scheduled for May 21, 2024.
President Trump was pleased with the results of an Atlanta Journal-Constitution poll conducted on Wednesday, which indicated his significant lead over his Republican opponents in Georgia. The survey, which was distributed on the Truth Social platform, reveals that the individual in question is supported by 57% of respondents, while Florida Governor Ron DeSantis trails far behind with only 15%. Former Vice President Mike Pence received 4% of the vote, placing him in third place.
In a subsequent statement, he declared that he had accomplished “a big win”:
Wow! A big win in Georgia for President Trump! Georgia, which is absolutely a Republican state – I have no doubt about it, bad things happened – is showing up big. They demand accountability and they demand it now. So sad what has happened to one of the greatest places on Earth. But we will win in 2024. Georgia will lead the way. I believe Georgia’s gonna lead the way and we will make America great again. We have to take back our country – 2024, the most important election maybe that this country has ever had because our country’s going bad. We’re a failing nation. Georgia is going to lead the way. You watch. Thank you very much.
Former President Donald Trump has made unsubstantiated claims that his candidacy was harmed by fraudulent activities during the 2020 election in Georgia and other states. After the election, he attempted to contest the outcome by exerting pressure on state officials. During a notable telephone conversation, the individual in question requested the Georgia secretary of state to locate an additional 11,780 ballots in his favor, thereby ensuring that he would win the state. The former president was indicted in both federal and state courts in relation to these activities. The defendant has pled not guilty to all offenses in the aforementioned case and will be arraigned before the state court next week.
Donald Trump continues to maintain a significant lead as the frontrunner for the Republican nomination for president.