China News Service, December 6th, a comprehensive report. Since Trump announced his participation in the 2024 US presidential election at Mar-a-Lago in Florida in the middle of last month, he has been in trouble. Even within the Republican Party, there are rivals who challenge him.

On November 15, 2022 local time, former U.S. President Trump delivered a speech at Mar-a-Lago in Florida, officially announcing his participation in the 2024 U.S. presidential election.

A former consultant or a rival in the election

  According to the US Fox News (FOX) report, on the 5th local time, former US national security adviser John Bolton tweeted that if the Republican presidential candidates do not deny Trump, he is ready to run for the 2024 US president.

  "If the current Republican presidential candidates don't rule out Trump, I'm ready to run," Bolton tweeted. "It's anti-American when you challenge the Constitution itself."

Data map: Former US National Security Advisor John Bolton.

  It is reported that Trump recently called for the "termination" of the US Constitution on the social media platform "TruthSocial" he founded, and accused "big technology companies" of colluding with Democrats to form large-scale fraud and jointly deal with him.

  In this regard, Bolton commented that raising constitutional issues is an "anti-American" concept.

"I think as a presidential candidate, you can't simply say, 'I'm for the Constitution.' You have to say, 'I'm going to stand against those who weaken it,'" Bolton said.

"When you challenge the Constitution itself like Trump did, that's anti-American."

  Bolton predicted that nearly 95 percent of Republican voters disagree that Trump is more important than the Constitution.

"I actually think most Republican elected officials in Washington disagree with Trump on this point, but they're intimidated," Bolton said.

  Bolton also said his decision to launch a 2024 presidential campaign would depend on statements from other potential Republican candidates.

  "If I don't see (the statement) then I would seriously consider running (the presidential race)," Bolton said, adding that his decision window would be "very short."

Are voters ready to ditch Trump?

  In addition to his fellow Republicans who publicly announced their plans to run for president in 2024, what Trump needs to worry more about is his own declining approval rating.

  Only 14.6 percent of Utah voters said that if the presidential primary was held today, they would They will vote for Trump.

And 24.2% of voters will support Florida Governor DeSantis, and 16.4% of voters will choose Congressman Liz Cheney.

Previously, Cheney lost to opponents supported by Trump in the party's primary election in the midterm congressional elections and missed re-election.

  Jason Perry, director of the Hinckley Institute for Politics at the University of Utah, said Trump's influence appears to be declining.

"(Trump's) power, his grip on the Republican Party seems to be waning, so much so that when you ask Utah Republicans if they would consider another presidential candidate, they obviously say 'yes,'" Perry said.

  According to a November 14 poll by the conservative organization "Club for Growth", DeSantis, who has not yet announced his 2024 presidential bid, is still in four major primary states-Iowa, New Hampshire, Florida and Georgia -- ahead of Trump by a wide margin.

  Before August of this year, Trump was the front-runner for the Republican Party in the 2024 presidential election.

But his political grip has weakened markedly since several of his candidates underperformed in last month's midterm elections.

Although the Republicans won a majority of 9 seats in the House of Representatives, they failed to regain control of the Senate, and all 10 gubernatorial candidates supported by Trump also lost in the election.

  DeSantis would outperform Trump in a hypothetical 2024 presidential matchup with Biden, according to the Marquette University School of Law poll.

DeSantis and Biden are tied 42:42, while Biden leads Trump 44:34.