Trump's Alaska rally signals chilly electoral prospects for Democrats' 'weak bench': Nunes

Biden's party questions his 2024 prospects as Trump stumps for Palin, Tshibaka.

President Trump continues to draw crowds and rack up primary election endorsement wins as far from the Beltway as Alaska

Democrats face the prospect of a premature "lame duck" president leading a "weak bench" of successors, former House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes said

The prospect of a Biden re-election bid continues to wane

This is as Democrats anonymously question his personal faculties amid regular gaffes and mistakes.

Nunes said that besides the large crowd in Anchorage, many more supporters tuned in online from the Lower 48.

The chances of Trump getting re-elected are significantly higher owing to Biden's weak stand among the American people

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