You Won’t Believe Newsom’s Claim About Trump!

California’s Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom attributes recent Democratic victories to none other than former President Donald Trump, dismissing Trump’s chances of success in the 2024 presidential election as mere “weakness masquerading as strength.” In an interview on NBC News’ “Meet The Press,” Newsom rejected Trump’s viability as a candidate, labeling him as “unhinged” and emphasizing his perceived decline in relevance over the years.

Newsom pointed to what he deemed as Trump’s dwindling influence, citing recent controversial remarks and policy positions, such as repealing Obamacare, which Newsom contends lacks public support. Despite Trump’s lingering presence in politics, Newsom asserted that Democrats have emerged stronger, citing electoral victories in various election cycles.

When pressed about potential concerns with President Joe Biden as the Democratic candidate for the 2024 election, Newsom remained focused on promoting the accomplishments of the Biden-Harris administration. He emphasized the need to contrast Democratic policies with those of the Republican nominee, particularly Trump, to secure victory for another four years.

Regarding speculation about his own presidential aspirations, Newsom deflected inquiries, instead highlighting his commitment to supporting the Biden-Harris administration’s agenda. While he acknowledged the idea of a debate between Biden and Trump, Newsom dismissed Trump’s readiness, labeling it as “weakness masquerading as strength” and accusing Trump of avoiding debates during his own primary campaign.