Gov. Chris Sununu, who might run himself, said he expects his fellow Republicans will choose someone other than the ex-president as the party's nominee.
On Fox News, Republican Gov. Chris Sununu let it be known that he is ready to say goodbye to Donald Trump, but would still support him if he won the Republican nomination.
"I don’t think anything’s gonna get his poll numbers up," the New Hampshire governor said of Trump's 2024 prospects.
“Donald Trump is not going to be the nominee," the New Hampshire Republican insisted, before suggesting that he'd still vote for Trump if he was.
"The government is never useful at coming in and fixing a cultural issue," said New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu (R).
"He's done his time, he's done his service, we're moving on," said New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu.
Prominent Donald Trump supporters also weren't pleased with President Joe Biden comparing them to authoritarians.
Trump "isn’t the same man he was a year ago," Frank Luntz told The Daily Beast.
The New Hampshire governor weighed in on the censure of Rep. Paul Gosar and the passage of Joe Biden's infrastructure bill.
The New Hampshire governor was a major prospect for Republicans hoping to flip the Senate.