Top GOP Donor Says He Wouldn’t Back A Trump 2024 Run: Time To ‘Move On’

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“It’s time for America to move on,” billionaire hedge fund manager Ken Griffin told Bloomberg.

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A top GOP donor said on Monday he would not back down Donald Trump If he ran for president again in 2024.

“I think it’s time for America to move on,” said hedge fund billionaire Ken Griffin said during an interview With Bloomberg’s Eric Schatzker At the Economic Club of Chicago.


race horse Spent more than $60 million To promote conservatives in the 2020 election, placing him among the top five political donors in the election cycle, although he has never directly supported Trump’s campaigns, a point he noted during Monday’s discussion.

“The four years under President Trump were so utterly divisive that it was not constructive for our country,” he said.

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He praised Trump’s economic policies, describing them as “very good” but said that overall, America needs to put that of its history behind it.

trump is teased hard 2024 runs since leaving office, hosting events across the country and aggressively fundraising with campaign-style rallies. However, it is not clear whether he will actually move on.

And despite his chaotic departure from the White House in January, he has retained his influence on the GOP and remains the biggest fundraiser for the party.

His advisers have privately urged him to stop officially announcing whether he will run in 2024 to avoid blame if Republicans fail to win back the House and Senate in the midterm. The Washington Post reported on Monday. As the Post reports, Trump has instead settled on the unofficial candidacy “nodding and nodding” until he decides what to do.


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