Alyssa Farah Griffin Denounces Trump’s 2024 Presidency, Says He’s ‘Weaker Than Ever’ +2023

The viewSymbolic conservative Alyssa Farah Griffin has denounced Donald Trump’s 2024 presidential campaign, striking out by saying the former president is “weaker than ever” but still poses an ongoing threat to the Republican Party.

One of the hot topics on today’s ABC talk show was devoted to Trump’s presidential campaign and how it coincides with his ongoing criminal investigation.

Joy Behar started the convo, criticizing the GOP for not taking a stronger stance on Trump.

“I’ve watched reporters interviewing Republicans and none of them are saying that if he’s the nominee, they won’t vote for him,” she said, before continuing, “Mitch McConnell will say, ‘He won’t be the nominee be. I’m going to vote for the Republican nominee,” then they add, “I don’t think he’s going to run.” He does will run away because that keeps him out of jail.”

Last month, Trump announced his campaign to a crowd in Mar-a-Lago and said, “To make America great and glorious again, tonight I announce my candidacy for President of the United States.”

Griffin, who worked under Trump during his presidency, added to the conversation, “I share the frustration, I’m obviously on the boat later on when I walked away from Trump — you guys were never with him — of feeling like there’s always something.” coming out, but when will it really hit him?

The co-host added, “But I want to take a moment to say this was the weakest since he walked down that old escalator in 2015,” citing his tax returns handed over to the House Ways and Means became Committee, the investigations of January 6 and more.

Griffin went on to encourage the Republican party to walk away and “reject Trump,” while also dropping the haunting line, “If the GOP walks away from him, he’d rather burn the party down than let it happen.”

The other hosts agreed with her, and Sunny Hostin chimed in, “Let him burn it down,” before suggesting the party could use this moment to reinvent themselves to “start the party we want to start with.” everyone felt good”.

Whoopie Goldberg closed the segment by comparing Trump and the Republican Party to a “bad relationship” and praising those who oppose the former president.

Seems everyone agrees (which is a rarity for this group).

The view airs weekdays at 11/10c on ABC.

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