LRO 367: “Claudius’ Body and Trump’s Nicknaming?”


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LRO 367
11th January 2023


"Claudius' Body and Trump's Nicknaming?"
Soren Larsen | Copenhagen, Denmark

After the midterm election, where the Democrats won the majority of the senate, media platforms report of the growing discontent in the Republican Party. [1] The party is trying to figure out, why it did not get the promised victory. More and more the Party is now split in two, between those candidates that are backed by Trump and the ‘classical’ Republican Party. It looks more and more like Party has to decide between ‘old’ version of the Party or between Trump’s version. Trump is expected to announce his candidacy on Tuesday, the 15th of November for the GOP-nomination. It looks like Trump’s strongest political rival is the rising star, gov. Ron DeSantis, who won with a sweeping 19 points in Florida. Sen. Marco Rubio, who lost the nomination campaign in 2016 to Trump also gained re-election by a 16-margin. Both Rubio and DeSantis are candidates that despite being younger than Trump represent the traditional Republican Party. Trump has already reacted to these potential rivals and he has done so in his own particular way…. [Read full article]

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