According to a recent report, just four of the former cabinet members for former President Donald Trump publicly declared their support for his reelection in 2024.

Many people don’t want to remark on his attempts, others are actively working against his attempt to get the GOP nomination, and some are vehemently opposed to his candidature.

NBC News quotes former attorney general Bill Barr as saying, “I have made clear that I strongly oppose Trump for the nomination and will not endorse Trump.”

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‘I’ll jump off that bridge when I get to it,’ he added when asked how he would vote in the general election if it ends up being a 2020 rematch of Trump vs. President Joe Biden.

Former Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said: ‘If anyone can lose to Joe Biden, it would be him.’

Only four of the 44 members of Trump’s Cabinet have publicly endorsed his reelection. This includes former acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker, acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell, former budget head Russell Vought, and former head of Staff Mark Meadows.

Additionally, Mike Pence, a former vice president, and Nikki Haley, a former ambassador to the UN, are competing against Trump in the GOP primary.

Dan Coats, the former director of national intelligence under Trump, declares his support for Pence.

According to a FiveThirtyEight monitoring, Trump is currently polling more than 50% versus more than a dozen other contenders for the nomination. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is currently in second place with fewer than 20% of the vote.

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Mike Pompeo, formerly Trump’s secretary of state and director of the CIA, Mark Esper, and Pat Shanahan, two of his former defence secretaries, John Kelly, a former chief of staff, and Joseph Maguire, a second former director of national intelligence, are among those who have not yet embraced Trump.

Mulvaney is one among many who want Trump to lose the GOP nomination in the primary to a rival candidate, which puts him squarely on the other side of his fellow former chief of staff.

There are 14 GOP candidates up against Trump, but little have any chance of beating him in the primary election so far. Most polls show Trump ahead of the field by at least 30 percent, with DeSantis usually in the distant second place.