Governor Says Trump’s Legal Issues Have Buried Him

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( – On Sunday, New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu (R) argued that the legal woes that former President Donald Trump is facing were feeding into “his chaos.” He further pointed out that because of these cases resources needed to be taken away from the presidential race. 

During a recent interview on “Fox News Sunday” with anchor Shannon Bream on Sunday, Sununu pointed out that Trump has had to spend around $50 million to cover his legal fees and that at this rate his resources were going to be depleted before the election in November. 

He proceeded to question where the necessary resources would come from in that case, noting that the RNC is at record low amounts of cash, in part because of Trump’s message and leadership. He continued by saying that everyone needed to be involved in order for him to win the 2024 presidential election, pointing out that Trump would be unable to win without the support of young voters and suburban moms.

Sununu when asked about whether he believed that the cases brought against the former president were “apolitical” or “legit, nonpartisan” argued that he did not believe they were. However, as he pointed out this was not important as they would still require from Trump that he spend anywhere between $50 and $100 million trying to defend himself. This is why he argued that the legitimacy of the cases did not actually matter as Trump had this “chaos” that surrounded him. 

Sununu has endorsed in the 2024 Republican primary race, former United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley who is the only Republican opposition that Trump is facing in the primary election. 

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