China News Service, February 3rd, reported that Trump refused to promise on the 2nd whether he would support the nominee if he did not win the nomination for the next presidential candidate of the Republican Party of the United States.

According to the analysis, this has exposed the "quake" that the Republican Party may fall into on the road to the White House in 2024.

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.

  Asked whether he would support "anyone" who won the Republican party's nomination, Trump reportedly told conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt, "It depends. The answer is the same as I was in 2016." The same answer in the presidential primary debate." He added, "It will depend on who the nominee is."

  Trump's comments came after former Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan revealed he was weighing whether to run for the 2024 U.S. presidency.

Hogan said he doesn't believe Trump will be the Republican nominee, but he would support either one.

It is reported that Hogan is a critic of Trump.

  According to analysis, Trump's statement highlights the concern of some Republicans that if Trump does not win the nomination, he will run as a third-party candidate, which will deprive a large number of Republican primary voters loyal to Trump. suck away.

  The "New York Times" also pointed out that if Trump launches an independent campaign, it will split the Republican Party's base and almost ensure that the Democrats will stay in the White House for another four years.

  A poll this week found that a majority of Republicans want someone other than Trump to be the party's next presidential nominee.

But the poll also showed that 28 percent of Republican voters would support Trump in an independent race.

  So far, Trump is the only Republican to announce his candidacy.

Haley, the former South Carolina governor and ambassador to the United Nations during the Trump administration, is expected to announce her candidacy on February 15.

Other potential Republicans include Florida Governor DeSantis, Senator Tim Scott, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and former Vice President Mike Pence.