VIDEO: Bad News For Trump as He is Told Why Americans Are Allegedly Finding Him Boring Ahead of 2024

 VIDEO: Bad News For Trump as He is Told Why Americans Are Allegedly Finding Him Boring Ahead of 2024

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In an unexpected turn of events for former President Donald Trump, some GOP voters are reportedly expressing their dissatisfaction, with some even going as far as finding him “boring” ahead of the 2024 election.

The allegation comes as a shock to the Trump camp, which has been gearing up for the 2024 Republican nomination race.

Republican presidential candidate Will Hurd, a former congressman from Texas, highlighted the growing sentiment among GOP voters regarding Trump’s repetitive campaign topics.

While speaking on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” on Thursday, July 20, Hurd stated that during his campaign trail in New Hampshire, he encountered voters who expressed that Trump is “boring” and “looking backward” by repeatedly focusing on the same issues.

These voters, who had previously supported Trump in two presidential elections, are now recognizing his perceived lack of novelty and recognizing the baggage he carries.

Hurd’s assessment seems to resonate with a broader trend seen among GOP voters. A growing number of white voters without college degrees, which were once a core support base for Trump, have decreased by 2.1 million from 2016 to 2022.

In contrast, white college graduates, an increasingly Democratic-leaning group, have grown by 13.3 million during the same period.

These trends pose a significant challenge for Republican candidates, particularly Trump, in garnering the necessary support for the 2024 race.

The shift in GOP voters’ sentiment may also be related to Trump’s accumulating legal issues and the perception of him as a “failed politician.”

Hurd’s comments come amidst Trump’s twice-indictment, with some Republicans now questioning the wisdom of a rematch between Biden and Trump.

A poll from NBC News revealed that only 26% of Americans believed Biden should run for re-election, while 30% believed Trump should run again.

As Trump’s potential challengers continue to enter the GOP presidential field, the growing number of candidates may further divide the anti-Trump vote, potentially benefiting the former president.

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