The Midterms aren’t over yet.
Votes are still being counted in some states and there’s still a runoff in Georgia scheduled for December 6.
And Kayleigh McEnany just dropped a bombshell on Fox News about what she’d say to Donald Trump.
Georgia heading to run-off elections after nail-biting Midterm elections
The day after the election was a time for reflection on what should have been a decisive victory that swept the nation.
Political pundits across the nation were saying we would see a red tsunami and it just didn’t materialize.
The Senate race in Georgia is heading for a run-off again in a semblance of 2020.
Herschel Walker fell short but came within 1% of the Democrat incumbent Raphael Warnock.
Now everyone’s eyes are back on Georgia and both parties are rushing to reinforce their candidates to secure another spot in the Upper Chamber.
Kayleigh McEnany says that Trump needs to put his 2024 announcement “on pause”
In an interview on Fox News, Donald Trump’s former White House Press Secretary, Kayleigh McEnany, discussed the Georgia run-off with host Harris Faulker.
During the interview, McEnany was asked what she thought about Trump’s potential upcoming announcement for a 2024 presidential bid.
Trump “needs to put it on pause, absolutely,” McEnany replied.
McEnany explained, “I know there’s a temptation to start talking about 2024—no, no, no, no, no. 2022 is not over. Every Republican energy needs to go to grinding the Biden agenda to a halt, and that could go straight through the state of Georgia.”
She went on to say that Trump alone “will make that decision,” but if she was advising any potential candidate whether it was DeSantis or Trump she would say “no one announces 2024 until after we get through Dec. 6.”
DeSantis is becoming a fast favorite for GOP donors and conservative media
McEnany said she wasn’t sure that Trump should visit Georgia in the weeks leading to the run-off.
She said that the Republican Party needs “look at the realities on the ground” and make “strategic calculations.“
She went on to say that “Governor DeSantis, I think he should be welcome to the state, given what happened last night.”
DeSantis swept Florida with nearly 60% of the vote leaving Charlie Crist in the dust.
Many are now pointing to DeSantis as a clear front-runner for the 2024 Presidential bid.
McEnany seemed to make the case for him in the interview with Harris.
She pointed to the traditionally blue areas of the state that flipped for the first time in decades.
“This was the single best case I have heard someone make for the GOP in quite some time,” she said.
The Republican Party may well come out of this election looking for a new direction.
If Donald Trump is out, then Ron DeSantis is the only one who can keep America First alive.
Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.