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A prominent Republican contributor asserts that he has faith in the fact that Donald Trump will not participate in the 2024 presidential election.

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A prominent Republican donor, who gave hundreds of thousands of dollars to Donald Trump’s 2016 and 2020 campaigns, said he doesn’t think the former president will run for the White House again in 2024.

Instead, Dallas businessman Doug Dyson said he might see Trump appoint Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to take over the MAGA national torch.

He spoke to DailyMail.com at the offices of his financial empire shortly before the former president arrived to address conservatives in Dallas.

Once again, Trump delighted the crowd by tracking the idea of ​​the 2024 race without confirming that he would definitely stand.

Dyson said Trump has a lot to lose by running.

“I think Donald Trump is enjoying life,” he said. I believe he is in a position as a power broker.

He’s the kingmaker and why would he want to come back to take the crap out of him all the time, take all the responsibility and not build his empire?

He had to come back and help rebuild it and you know, why would he let it deteriorate?

‘Why is it collapsing again?’ Because he would be attacked just as he was.

He can be a kingmaker without being a king.

Doug Dyson, the top Republican donor, said he doesn’t think Donald Trump will run in 2024. Although he would win the party’s primaries, he would likely lose in the general election, he said.

Trump appeared before the conservative faithful in Dallas on Saturday night, near where Deyson runs his finance office.  Disson has supported Trump and the Republican Party with hundreds of thousands of dollars in recent years, but he believes Trump has a lot to lose by running again.

Trump appeared before the conservative faithful in Dallas on Saturday night, near where Deyson runs his finance office. Disson has supported Trump and the Republican Party with hundreds of thousands of dollars in recent years, but he believes Trump has a lot to lose by running again.

Dyson said Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis would do a great job in the White House.  He said the voters would get

Dyson said Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis would do a great job in the White House. He said voters would get a “double” with his wife, Casey, who is closely involved in her husband’s campaign and serves as a strong advocate for his policies.

Trump maintains a firm grip on the Republican Party’s grassroots.

So Dyson’s comments will be seen as a hint to the former president that the party’s staunch supporters would rather see him step down than risk defeat.

Dyson was a major player in helping Trump secure Texas. He was co-chair of the Trump State Victory Fund in 2020 and in 2016 he and his father Darwin Deason donated more than $900,000 to help get Trump and other Republicans elected.

This time, he said, he has not turned his back on Trump, who has said he is likely to win the Republican nomination if he decides to run.

But he did talk about the attraction of DeSantis and his wife, Casey.

I think Ron DeSantis would be Donald Trump without all the baggage.

I mean, Donald J. Trump had the best policies of any president I’ve ever had, including President Reagan.

But you know he can be petty about things, and he won’t let things go. And you know you love him and hate him.

Deason held a fundraiser for DeSantis while campaigning for another term as Governor of Florida.

The emergence of 43-year-old DeSantis on the national scene has sparked talk that he could mark a generational changing of the guard.

His efforts to keep Florida open during the pandemic and his leading role in the nation’s culture wars have kept him in the headlines.

Dyson (C) campaigns for criminal justice reform, and has advised President Trump on the issue.  He was a co-chair of the Texas Trump Victory campaign in 2020 and is a friend of Don Jr.

Dyson (C) campaigns for criminal justice reform, and has advised President Trump on the issue. He was a co-chair of the Texas Trump Victory campaign in 2020 and is a friend of Don Jr.

Trump maintains a grip on the party's base.  Merchandise bearing his name or the like dominated the exhibitors' stands at the CPAC Texas Conference in Dallas

Trump maintains a grip on the party’s base. Merchandise bearing his name or the like dominated the exhibitors’ stands at the CPAC Texas Conference in Dallas

Trump breakers are used to sell conservative cell phone plans at CPAC Texas in Dallas

Trump breakers are used to sell conservative cell phone plans at CPAC Texas in Dallas

As a result, polls consistently put him second to Trump (albeit far) when Republicans are asked who they want to run in 2024.

DeSantis, who has advised Trump on criminal justice reform, said DeSantis would be a more inclusive leader.

In contrast to that approach with Trump, he said: “He’s going to sit and listen and let people get involved, and he’s not going to dominate the conversation.”

“I think Ron would make a great boss.”

He said it comes as part of a package.

I think Melania was a great first lady but she just didn’t get the respect she deserved.

“Casey DeSantis is personable. She’s a lovely speaker for him. She’s intimately involved with his campaigns.”

“You get twofer is what you get with them.”

If Trump runs, Deason continued, he would win the primary but risk losing the general election because of his persistent claims that the 2020 election was rigged.

“You know, it doesn’t even matter.” He said, “This is completely irrelevant.”

If it is stolen, there is no cure. There was no fix to fix that.

And whether it was stolen or not, whatever you think, it doesn’t matter. He has to stop talking about it.

On Saturday, Trump received a boost from attendees at CPAC Texas in Dallas. An unscientific poll of grassroots conservatives found him still the most popular candidate.

In fact, the result showed he increased his lead over DeSantis from a February poll in Florida (DeSantis’ home turf).

The governors announced the results of their poll in CPAC, Texas, on Saturday.  If Trump doesn't run, DeSantis will be their overwhelming choice

The governors announced the results of their poll in CPAC, Texas, on Saturday. If Trump doesn’t run, DeSantis will be their overwhelming choice

The results show that Trump has strengthened his grip on the conservative grassroots.  And his lead over second-place DeSantis has increased to 45 points since the last poll was conducted in February

The results show that Trump has strengthened his grip on the conservative grassroots. And his lead over second-place DeSantis has increased to 45 points since the last poll was conducted in February

“So you know how the mainstream media tells us what they know, influence in the party is waning,” said pollster Jim McLaughlin as he released the results. ‘never.

“As a matter of fact, what’s going on is that he’s more popular than ever.”

However, other recent polls—of a broader slice of the party—suggest that about half of Republicans are willing to go ahead and pick another nominee.

Trump showed no signs of dropping allegations of election fraud during his speech at the convention. He again claimed to have won the 2020 election while being teased by the prospect of a 2024 run.

I ran twice. I won twice and did better the second time than I did the first time got millions and millions more votes than in 2016 and also got more votes than any president in the history of our country to date.

“Now we may have to do it again.”

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