Anti-Trump Republicans Announce Plan

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( – In a new threat to Donald Trump, which also exposes the unhealthy ambitions of anti-Trump Republicans, a GOP group opposed to the former president has unveiled a $50 million campaign plan to prevent him from reclaiming the White House.

The group, Republican Voters Against Trump (RVAT), intends to circulate testimonial videos from former Trump supporters explaining their reasons for withholding support in the upcoming November election.

Spearheaded by Sarah Longwell, a Republican strategist known for her critiques of Trump, the campaign’s strategy focuses on engaging “moderate Republican” and Republican-leaning individuals in swing states through these videos.

This approach mirrors their 2020 tactics, which saw the dissemination of over a thousand testimonials in an election that led to President Biden’s victory, The Hill stresses in a report.

The promotional content will be disseminated across television, streaming services, billboards, radio, and digital platforms.

These efforts will concentrate on the critical states of Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

“Former Republicans and Republican-leaning voters hold the key to 2024, and reaching them with credible, relatable messengers is essential to re-creating the anti-Trump coalition that made the difference in 2020,” Longwell, the president of the group’s Republican Accountability PAC, said in a statement.

“It establishes a permission structure that says that — whatever their complaints about Joe Biden — Donald Trump is too dangerous and too unhinged to ever be president again. Who better to make this case than the voters who used to support him?” she added.

The individuals sharing their testimonies are primarily focusing on the reasons behind their opposition to the former president, rather than endorsing Biden or advocating for his reelection in 2024.

For instance, Ethan, a resident of Wisconsin, expressed a significant turning point in his support.

“I voted for Donald Trump in 2020. January 6 was the end of Donald Trump for me,” he declares in a video, signaling his vote for Biden.

“The peaceful transfer of power is one of the defining pieces of our democracy, and I could not believe that someone I had formerly supported would get behind an effort that would throw that under the bus … There is no choice,” he added.

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