During his hour-long conversation with Daily Wire editor emeritus Ben Shapiro, HBO host Bill Maher said he could see former President Donald Trump winning in 2024.

Maher said Democrats are botching close-to-home issues, namely education, which could cost them the election. The host also agreed with Shapiro that if Trump were to run in 2024, he’d “clear the field” and likely be the nominee for the Republicans.

“I could see that Trump could actually win that election, easily,” Maher said. “Especially if the Democrats keep doing the stuff they are doing to piss people off, like in schools, with all that kind of stuff.”

“My theme has been that, yes, both parties have a lot to answer for. Again, I told you where my politics are in general, okay. I’m not coming over to this side. I do think that Republicans are more dangerous,” the liberal said. “But what pisses people off with Democrats is so much closer to home, it’s so much up close and personal.”

Maher noted of the Democrats’ impeachment efforts against Trump with regard to a phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

“I mean the Ukraine issue that he was impeached over,” Maher said. “Yes, I think it was an impeachable offense, absolutely. But to most people, it’s like Ukraine? … It’s very far away, doesn’t really influence my life a lot?”

“But when you have my kid coming home from school and saying, ‘Mommy, am I a racist?’ ‘You’re five. You just learned the word. What are you — ?’ That’s what I worry about with the Democrats,” the host asserted. “And in that scenario, Trump could win.”

Parents across the nation have been revolting against the “woke” madness creeping into public schooling as Maher has described.

On the front of gender and sexuality, the Florida Senate recently passed the Parental Rights in Education bill, which “bans teachers in kindergarten through third grade from providing instruction on gender identity and sexual orientation, require schools to notify parents if there has been any change in a student’s physical, emotional, or mental wellbeing, and would also provide legal recourse to parents to sue if they believe a school has violated any of those agreements. “It would also teachers to withhold certain information from parents if there is a ‘reasonable’ belief notifying them would result in abuse.”

“This bill says parents your right to raise your children does not end when they walk into a classroom. This bill recognizes that parents are not the enemy,” Republican Senator Danny Burgess said. “The bill simply says that there should be an age limit on certain discussions, it’s not a new concept, nor is it radical.”

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