Josh Kraushaar: 2024 and the State of the Republican Party
Josh Kraushaar joins the podcast this week to help us look toward 2024. We discuss the likelihood of Joe Biden running again, including potential Democrat competitors. On the Republican side, we consider those who’ve thrown their hat in the ring and those whom we can expect to announce their candidacy next. We also discuss the state of the Republican party — how will the many factions shake out in the next couple of years and do we expect all to rally around the eventual Republican nominee?
Josh Kraushaar is the senior political correspondent at Axios and incoming editor-in-chief at Jewish Insider where he’ll be debuting a 2024 political column. His political journalism has been a trusted source for the public for well over a decade, spanning four U.S. administrations and dozens of midterm elections. Josh frequently appears as a political analyst on television and radio. He is a Fox News contributor and has co-anchored Fox News Radio’s election coverage since 2016.
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