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Former Bush Strategist Predicts The Timing of Trump’s Conviction



Former president Donald Trump.
Former president Donald Trump. (Photo: Imgur)

Matthew Dowd, a Republican strategist from George W. Bush’s 2004 presidential campaign, shared his prediction on Tuesday regarding the timeline for former President Donald Trump’s conviction.

During a conversation with MSNBC’s Joy Reid, Dowd foresaw Trump, currently facing 91 charges across four criminal cases, triumphing in the GOP primaries in Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina, essentially securing the nomination.

Dowd suggested that the conviction of Trump, the leading candidate for the 2024 Republican nomination, would likely occur just before the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, slated for July 2024.

“So he’ll be the nominee, but be a convicted nominee in the midst of this, and then we’ll be headed to a general election with the nominee of a major political party convicted, at least in one court, if not in two different courts, in this time,” Dowd explained.

Dowd added, “A convicted felon running for president under the Republican Party. We have never, in my life, seen a calendar unfold in that manner. But it also is going to be so weird while this is going on, Republican voters voting for him to be the nominee of the party as he’s convicted.”

See the segment below.