Marion McKeone: Number may be up for Trump as Republicans roll into Las Vegas
For the last six years, the former US president ruled the roost at the Republican Jewish Coalition’s leadership conference, but while the consensus there is that Donald Trump is a busted flush, he is still popular with many Republican voters
The week before he announced his intention to run again in 2024, every conservative US media outlet was struggling with how to frame the Republican Party’s performance in the midterm elections, and Donald Trump’s role in their poor showing.
This weekend in Las Vegas, little else is being discussed at the Republican Jewish Coalition’s leadership conference, which marks the unofficial start of the GOP’s 2024 primary season. And if the mood there is anything to ...