Amy Walter“It’s hard to believe that voters who have stuck with Trump through all of his current legal troubles — including two indictments and a trial for battery and libel — will suddenly drop him if a Georgia grand jury l indicted later this summer for alleged voter interference in the 2020 election.”
“However, some Republican strategists I’ve spoken with say the weight of Trump’s legal troubles is having an unseen impact. Republicans rally behind Trump because they see him unfairly attacked. But defending him is different from voting for him. Many of these GOP voters are weary of the chaos and drama that overwhelms the former president.And every new indictment, court appearance or controversy reminds these voters that if they vote for Trump, it’s exactly what they will get for another four years.