POLL: Most Think Trump’s Endorsement of “Terminating” Constitution is Disqualifying


One month ago today, former President Trump announced that he’s running for president in the 2024 election. Many in the GOP asked Trump to postpone this news until after the Georgia runoff race concluded; though the former president failed to take this advice.

Georgians subsequently sent Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock back to the Senate, despite also re-electing Republican Gov. Brian Kemp.

During other midterm races, notable candidates endorsed by Trump (Blake Masters, Tudor Dixon, Kari Lake, Doug Mastriano, Mehmet Oz, etc.) lost their elections.

Despite this, Trump isn’t reconsidering how he handles business or conducts himself in the public sphere.

This was seen by the former president erratically taking to social media and saying the Constituion should be “terminated” because of how the 2020 presidential race turned out.

Now, a new poll covers how the American people are responding to such a call.

Disqualifying for a president?

A poll by Quinnipiac University came out just yesterday.

In this poll, the data consequently shows that 51% of the nation’s voters believe Trump’s call to terminate the Constitution ought to disqualify him as a presidential candidate.