Trump, according to Paul Ryan, won’t be the Republican nominee in 2024.

Donald Trump, the former president, is not expected to receive the Republican nominee for president in 2024, according to former House Speaker Paul Ryan, a Republican from Wisconsin.

Ryan, the GOP vice presidential nominee for 2012, made the remarks while speaking with Teneo, a large company that provides CEO advice, as part of the company’s “Insight Series.” Ryan serves as Teneo’s vice chairman.

Ryan predicted that Trump’s un-electability would be apparent at that point. We all know he will lose, or to put it another way, we all know he has a much higher chance of losing the presidency than any other candidate on our side of the aisle. Why then would we want to choose that?

The former congressman spoke to Republicans when he said that Trump “stays where he is” only because “everyone is terrified of him.” They fear that he will pursue them and harm their desire.

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Ryan predicted that any Republican chosen to oppose Trump in the GOP primary will probably wait before announcing a run for president.

Ryan predicted that people will put off making decisions and wait for someone else to do so in order to provoke Trump’s wrath and have him target them with MAGA supporters before they follow suit.

Therefore, he said, “it’s somewhat of a prisoner’s dilemma.” It really is a complete prisoner’s dilemma because the person who enters the race first may organize sooner, recruit fans and funders earlier, and generally get a better jump on things.

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Ryan, the GOP vice presidential nominee for 2012, made the remarks while speaking with Teneo, a large company that provides CEO advice, as part of the company’s “Insight Series.”

The native of Wisconsin predicted that the Republican primary in 2024 would be crowded because some party members are currently enjoying high favorability ratings.

A small number of people will run because it is the only cycle they can run in. They must act sooner than in 2028, he said. If they’re ever going to go, they must do so right away. They also don’t want to pass away without having tried.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, Wyoming Representative Liz Cheney, former Vice President Mike Pence, former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, and former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo are among the Republicans who are being considered as potential candidates for president in 2024.

According to Ryan, if there are too many contenders in the Republican primary, the non-Trump vote may be diluted, leaving the former president with a sizable majority of the vote. However, the former Speaker anticipated that during the primary, the Republican Party would unite behind a candidate other than Trump.