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Hutchinson: Trump Too Divisive to Win 2024 GOP Nomination

Former Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson said on August 11, 2023, that he does not expect Donald Trump to be the 2024 Republican nominee. Hutchinson made the comments on the Fox News show "The Faulkner Focus."

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Hutchinson said that he believes Trump is "too divisive" to win the general election. He also said that Trump's "rhetoric and behavior" have "alienated" many Americans.

"I don't think he's going to be the nominee," Hutchinson said. "I think he's too divisive. I think he's alienated too many people."

Hutchinson is one of several Republicans who have announced their intention to run for president in 2024. Other potential candidates include Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, former Vice President Mike Pence, and former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

It is still too early to say who will be the Republican nominee in 2024. However, Hutchinson's comments suggest that Trump may face a challenge from within his own party.

Hutchinson's comments come at a time when Trump is still considering whether to run for president in 2024. Trump has not yet made a decision, but he has been holding rallies and fundraising for his Save America political action committee.

Trump has a strong base of support among Republicans, but he is also a polarizing figure. His supporters love him for his willingness to speak his mind, but his critics find him to be offensive and divisive.

It remains to be seen whether Trump will be able to unite the Republican Party behind him in 2024. If he is not able to do so, he could face a challenge from within his own party.

In the meantime, Hutchinson's comments suggest that Trump may not be the shoo-in for the Republican nomination that many people believe he is. The 2024 Republican primary is shaping up to be a competitive one, and it is anyone's race at this point.

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