MSNBC host Joe Scarborough and frequent network guest Donny Deutsch warned Monday the Democratic Party must stop embracing far-left progressivism if Democrats want to win future elections.
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During a discussion on "Morning Joe," Deutsch predicted that Republicans will win 2024 in a "landslide" if the GOP presidential nominee is anyone other than former President Donald Trump.
Scarborough agreed and pointed out that Republicans performed well in 2020 — in the House, Senate, in state legislatures, and governorships — with the exception of Trump.
Deutsch fired back that, in fact, he believes Trump could defeat President Joe Biden in a rematch, adding that any other GOP candidate — like Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis or Nikki Haley — would defeat Biden by "double digits."
I would like to see some polls. First, a poll of Trump against Biden, which I think Trump would eke out a victory. But then I want to see polls with Nikki Haley, or Ron DeSantis, or fill in the blank, and they would win by over double digits.
It is, you know, I live in this bubble and this very kind of blue state, and I cannot tell you the unrest with the feeling of the Democrats in control the way they are running things, the way Biden not feeling his hands on the wheel, and nobody on deck. That's the concern that Democrats have. But if the Republicans were smart, they would move away from Trump. Can they? Will they? You and I don't know that. But clearly, if they did, it would be a landslide.