Donald Trump sent the Left into a frenzy with these groundbreaking media feats

President Donald Trump speaks during an event at Joint Base Andrews, Md., Dec. 20, 2019. Trump visited Andrews to thank service members before signing the National Defense Authorization Act of 2020 which support the Air Force’s advanced capabilities to gain and maintain air superiority and the Airmen that are essential to our nation’s success. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Spencer Slocum)

Getting arrested is typically a kiss of death for most people. 

But Donald Trump used his arrest as a catalyst for his Presidential campaign. 

And Donald Trump sent the Left into a frenzy with these groundbreaking media feats.

The 2024 election is already heating up and Donald Trump is leading the charge

Although Donald Trump was arrested a couple of weeks ago, he is hot on the campaign trail. 

Between political rallies and high profile sporting events, Donald Trump is proving that he is not going away anytime soon. 

Just last weekend, Donald Trump made an appearance at UFC 287 and was greeted with a standing ovation. 

Trump’s public resurgence is very similar to his rise in 2016, and many political experts are taking notice. 

David Kochel, a political expert who has worked on six GOP campaigns, told Politico that “what’s frustrating to me is we didn’t learn a damn thing from 2015 and 2016 when it comes to just giving him absolute, roadblock media coverage.” 

“I get it, it’s a big story,” he added. “But this was getting covered like … the opening of the war in Iraq or the O.J. chase. You couldn’t escape it.”

Terry Sullivan, who ran Marco Rubio’s failed Presidential bid in 2016, called it “deja vu all over again” and said “Trump dominates media coverage, making it impossible for his competitors to get any coverage or forward traction.”

A quick glance at any recent poll also shows Trump is making a huge comeback. 

In a Rasmussen poll released last week of 971 likely voters, Donald Trump led Joe Biden 47% to 40%, which was well outside of the 3% margin of error. 

As far as the Republican Primary is concerned, Trump is expanding his lead there as well. 

In a recent poll taken by Reuters/Ipsos, Donald Trump secured the support of 58% of respondents, while the second place candidate, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, only secured the support of 21% of respondents. 

It is fair to say that Donald Trump’s support has grown considerably since his arrest, which defies all conventional wisdom about American politics. 

What is next in the chaotic 2024 election cycle

Although the 2024 elections are still a year and a half away, the campaign trail is as hot as ever. 

So far, only a handful of candidates have announced their candidacy. 

Donald Trump, who is drawing large crowds everywhere he goes, is the clear frontrunner in the Republican Primary. 

Even though Joe Biden is waiting to make his announcement, he recently confirmed that he is running for reelection.

That means 2024 could end up being a rematch of 2020.

And if that happens, America should brace itself for a long election cycle. 

Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.