Come 2024, Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Warren, and the duo's cabinet have made America into a mess. In almost recession-esque fashion, unemployment, inflation, and global terrorism are at an all time high. Many begin to view the Democratic party as the source of the issue, the United States not having a Republican President since 2007.
The 2024 brought a very interesting crowd of candidates into consideration. Primaries consisted of -
Democratic Party - Kanye West, Julian Castro, Andrew Cuomo, Condoleezza Rice
Republican Party - John Boehner, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Scott Walker
Tea Party - Eric Trump, Craig Bowden
Libertarian - Austin Petersen, Lily Tang Williams
After the dust of the primaries settled, it was down to Julian Castro (D), Marco Rubio (R), Eric Trump (T), and Austin Petersen (L).
Generally, all Americans agreed that a change was needed. No longer could America handle a robotic, stereotypical politician in the White House. Many believed that even an ounce of political correctness could drive the nation into madness.
During the race, politics became an even more so intense battleground than it was in 2016. Eric Trump was in charge of handling his father's will after his passing, Julian Castro was believed by many to be "just a male version of Hillary Clinton", and Marco Rubio was once again doubted for lack of experience.
In the end, Eric Trump won the election after America finally decided to invest the presidency into the new and youthful Tea Party. The race was very close, however, Trump, Rubio, and Castro all winning various states.
Trump/McAfee (T): Alaska, California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia. TOTAL - 229 Electoral Votes
Rubio/Kasich (R): Nevada, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Minnesota, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Louisiana. TOTAL - 115 Electoral Votes
Castro/O'Malley (D): Washington, Oregon, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Maryland, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, District of Columbia, Hawaii. TOTAL - 194 Electoral Votes