Donald Trump's continual election denialism, reluctance to drop fringe conspiracy theories, and absurd demand to terminate the constitution, should be a wake-up call for Republicans — a group who call themselves "constitutional conservatives." Clearly Trump isn't the right person to lead their party in 2024, as the election winner will take the oath to "preserve, protect and defend" the US constitution.
Too much focus on the controversial antics of the former president means the media are failing to report on key GOP priorities, such as working towards a Republican majority and protecting the interests of the American people. Trump has no power to suspend the constitution and is only one of a broad range of candidates likely to run in the primaries, so there's no need to pay too much attention to these, as yet, inconsequential comments.
There's a 38% chance that Trump will win the 2024 US Presidential Election if it is Biden v Trump, according to the Metaculus prediction community.