Kellyanne Conway Dooms Biden With Prediction About ‘Hidden’ Trump Voters In 2024

Kellyanne Conway has doomed Joe Biden and any GOP primary challenger with a prediction about President Donald Trump’s support.

Conway made history as the first woman to manage a successful U.S. presidential campaign in 2016.

Speaking on Fox Business, Conway predicted “hidden undercover” Trump voters would swarm the polls in 2024, especially if Biden can’t get his numbers on the economy up.

Conway also took a swipe at Trump’s chief GOP rival Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

She said: “That’s why Biden’s approval rating on the economy is 31 percent and that’s why there will be many hidden undercover Trump voters in 2024 if he is the nominee because they will say, I want the guy who did the job before on the economy, I’m going to strip away everything else.”

“He should talk more about the economy. Where’s his economic plan?” she said.

She said of a possible TikTok ban:

“I believe that the gentleman from TikTok gave some statistics that maybe the rest of us aren’t necessarily aware of. Most users are over 18. There’s a 60-minute limit for kids under 18,” Conway said Thursday on “America’s Newsroom.”

“This is a company headquartered in Los Angeles. It’s not available in China, so we should think about that,” she added.

“I’m not a big ban things person,” she said.

“Ultimately, President Trump would have preferred to have a U.S. purchaser of TikTok because then you’re subject to U.S. laws and regulations and we can hold them accountable and make them more transparent.”

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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