Insider Insights: Megyn Kelly, Kari Lake, and More Share Strategies for Trump’s 2024 Victory

Key conservative figures shared strategic advice with Matthew Perdie of Breitbart News during CPAC 2024 on how former President Donald Trump could secure victory in the upcoming November presidential election.

Megyn Kelly, host of The Megyn Kelly Show, highlighted President Joe Biden’s apparent cognitive decline, as extensively outlined in a report by Special Counsel Robert Hur released on February 5. Kelly expressed, “Honestly, the less we see of Trump and the more we witness Joe Biden stumbling, slurring, and failing, the better it could work in Trump’s favor.”

Arizona Republican U.S. Senate candidate Kari Lake said the former president must “keep doing what he’s doing.”

“He’s igniting the spirit of America, really the spirit of our Founding Fathers,” Lake said.

She added, “We have nine or ten months to save [America],” but said she is “so encouraged” to see how engaged conservative voters are ahead of a highly consequential election.

“I actually get chills thinking about how I’m seeing everyday people who’ve never been involved in politics, stepping forward, showing up at conventions like this, getting involved, calling our office, saying, ‘How can we get involved?’” she added.

“President Trump needs to keep doing exactly what he is doing, reaching the people of this country with his incredible hard work and policies that are going to bring us back to some strong economic times, safety and security, and world peace,” she concluded.

Dr. Sebastian Gorka, a former White House official and host of the America First with Sebastian Gorka podcast, took a different approach to the question by asking Americans what actions they are taking to defend the nation.

“It’s not what [former President Donald Trump] needs to do — it’s what we need to do,” Gorka said.

“On the day of the midterms, I was in Mar-a-Lago with the president listening to him launch his reelection campaign. Where was my wife Katie? A woman who hates politics because she’s sane? She got up at 4:00 a.m. that day…she came home at 10:30 p.m. at night. What was my wife doing for 18 hours? She was the chief election officer for our district of the Commonwealth of Virginia to make sure no hanky-panky — no shenanigans,” Gorka noted.

“You need to be part of that. So whether it’s running for the local school board, being an election volunteer official running the elections, we need to get out there. The last election, Katie and her team knocked on 18,000 doors,” he continued.

Gorka urged conservative voters to display courage and take the initiative instead of relying on others to act on their behalf.

“What were you doing? Take it personally. If you’re annoyed at my question — good. Because it’s up to you,” he said. “This nation isn’t meant to be saved by somebody else. It’s meant to be saved by us. President Trump is going to win if we do our part. God bless.”