You WON’T Believe Which Talk Show Host Is Running for President

Conservative talk show host Larry Elder is about to shake up the 2024 presidential race as he prepares to throw his hat into the ring. Elder, a firebrand commentator, is best known for his “Larry Elder Show” and his commitment to American values. He is expected to officially announce his campaign soon.

Elder would be the sixth official entrant into the Republican field, which includes former President Donald Trump, former Trump ambassador and South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, former Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson, tech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, and businessman Corey Stapleton.

However, many Republicans see Elder as a breath of fresh air in a crowded field of candidates who are afraid to take a stand on the issues that matter most to Americans.

Elder’s campaign is expected to focus on restoring America’s traditional values, and he has already made significant moves to establish himself in the race. He has been spotted making a visit to early-voting Iowa and has amassed $1.7 million in his Elder for America PAC, according to FEC disclosures.

Elder has been a vocal advocate for traditional two-parent families, which he sees as the key to restoring America’s greatness. He believes that through welfare programs, leftists have destroyed the nuclear family, leading to increased crime rates and a disproportionate impact on people of color.

“If he makes a decision to run, it’s because he truly does want to help this country move forward,” said a friend of Elder. “What you end up with is these candidates running who don’t stand for anything.”

Elder is a welcome addition to the Republican field, and his candidacy is sure to energize conservatives across the country. As the race heats up, Republicans are looking for a candidate who will stand up for American values and restore the greatness of our nation.

With his commitment to traditional values and his willingness to take a stand on the issues that matter, Larry Elder is just the candidate to do that.