Lawyer Conway says Trump is doomed to fail

George Conway says people will vote against Trump.

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The lawyer and political expert George Conway said former President Donald Trump is doomed to fail on his ambitions to reach the White House in 2024, after confirming his presidential candidacy.

Conway wrote an opinion piece in The Washington Post where he assures that many Americans will vote against the ex-president.

Trump will fail he will not succeed as his successive defeats show in the House of Representatives, the Senate, the presidency, and the midterm results,” Conway wrote.

He also added in the article: “Too many Americans would crawl on broken glass to vote against, no matter who your opponent is in the general election. They've seen enough."

The political analyst argued that he was not surprised by Donald Trump's announcement in which he pledged to make America "great and glorious" again.

“In the absence of imprisonment or burial, and perhaps only the latter, he would inevitably seek the presidency again. His narcissism, his megalomania, his delicate egobut unlimited I wouldn't do it any other way," the column reads.

Conway believes that the former president is seeking "revenge" amid a list of lawsuits and criminal investigations against him, especially now that Attorney General Merrick Garland has assigned a special prosecutor to handle two of the cases.

The lawyer had already mentioned in October that he was sure that Trump would run for president for the second time of the United States, since one of his central tasks is to avoid the legal problems in which he finds himself.

He will be running for president, in effect, for protection against these legal proceedings, but there will be too many of them. I think I might get the nomination anyway, but I think we'll see the meltdown to end all meltdowns for a public figure," Conway told CNN.

Donald Trump is the first Republican to announce his candidacy for 2024, being the third presidential race, the first was won against his opponent the Democrat Hillary Clinton in 2016 and the second he lost to the president Joe Biden in 2020.

George Conway was considered by former President Trump for the position of Attorney General of the United States and also as Assistant Attorney General heading the Civil Division of the United States Department of Justice, but both rejected them.

He is also an activist became a critic of Donald Trump despite the fact that his wife Kellyanne Conway was a White House adviser from 2016 to 2020.

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