Scholars warn ‘democracy’ at stake if Trump elected

As we inch closer to the 2024 presidential election, professors are once again yelling the sky is falling if President Donald Trump wins this November.

Some have even argued Trump should be kept off the ballot in order to save “democracy.”

Writing recently in The Conversation, three professors argued a second Trump term would “damage American democracy even more than his first term did.”

This is because the Republican Party is “loyal” to Trump, according to Michigan State University Professor Erica Frantz, Yale University Professor Andrea Kendall-Taylor, and Pennsylvania State University Professor Joseph Wright.
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