If there's anything Donald Trump's most recent speech at CPAC has taught us, it's that he's still a dominant force in the Republican Party and that for the time being, what he says goes. He has tremendous influence over who gets put on the ticket and if anyone dares to go against him, he'll find a primary challenger that is willing to do his bidding.

Curious to get some thoughts on what the future looks like for the Republican Party. How long will Trump remain the face of the party? What are the odds he runs again as the nominee in 2024?

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