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Former Trump Allies Voice Opposition Against 2024 Presidential Bid

As former President Donald Trump maintains a lead in 2024 Republican primary polls, a notable group of once-close allies has emerged, publicly denouncing his potential bid for a second presidency. This growing list of former Trump associates includes members of his cabinet, congressional supporters, and even some of his former attorneys.

Alyssa Farah Griffin

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The former White House Communication Director has expressed deep concerns about a second Trump term, emphasizing the potential risks it poses to American democracy. She has thrown her support behind Nikki Haley.

Bill Barr

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Trump’s former Attorney General has been openly critical of the former president. Barr resigned from his post shortly after the Justice Department found no evidence of voter fraud, contradicting Trump’s claims. He has made it clear that he will not endorse Trump in 2024.

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Anthony Scaramucci

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The former White House Communications Director stated that he would back President Biden in a hypothetical 2024 rematch between Trump and Biden. Scaramucci raised concerns about expanding executive power and the Department of Justice’s use against adversaries.

Sarah Matthews

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The former White House deputy press secretary expressed worries about Trump’s refusal to retract his 2020 election fraud claims and described his rhetoric as “increasingly erratic.” She indicated a preference for democracy over policy, even suggesting she would vote for Biden in a lose-lose scenario.

Mick Mulvaney

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The former acting chief of staff voiced his determination to ensure that someone else becomes the Republican nominee in 2024. He believes that Trump is the most likely Republican candidate to lose in a general election.

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Cassidy Hutchinson

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As an ex-aide of chief of staff Mark Meadows, Hutchinson provided significant testimony to the House January 6 select committee. She highlighted the importance of safeguarding institutions and the constitutional republic, cautioning against a Trump victory in 2024.

John Bolton

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 The former national security adviser disclosed that he would not vote for Trump in 2024. He intends to write in a different candidate, as he did in 2020. Bolton believes Trump is not fit to be president.

Former Attorneys and Allies

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Several former attorneys and once-political allies have also distanced themselves from Trump, including Jenna Ellis, Joe Walsh and Michael Cohen.

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Jenna Ellis

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 Trump’s former lawyer, who took a plea deal in a criminal case, pledged not to support him in 2024. She cited concerns about his tendency to deny any wrongdoing.

Joe Walsh

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Once a Trump advocate, former Illinois Republican Congressman Joe Walsh shifted to being a Trump rival. He ran against Trump in the 2020 election and now intends to support Joe Biden in 2024, emphasizing his duty as a defender of democracy.

Michael Cohen

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Trump’s former “fixer” indicated that he would vote for Joe Biden in 2024. He expressed his agreement with Biden on various issues and called Trump the “single greatest threat to democracy.”

As Donald Trump’s 2024 candidacy looms large, these once-loyal allies have chosen to publicly voice their opposition, citing concerns.

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