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President Trump Makes 3 More Endorsements


President Trump is staying busy.

In a series of endorsements, President Trump has decided to endorse Idaho Republican Sen. Mike Crapo and South Carolina Republican Governor Henry McMaster for reelection.

He has also decided to endorse Arkansas Lieutenant Governor Tim Griffin.

These latest endorsements by Trump clearly shows he’s the leader of the Republican Party.

The Hill covered Trump’s endorsements:

President Trump released a new tranche of endorsements as he asserts himself as the leader of the Republican Party going into the 2022 midterms.

In a trio of endorsements Friday evening, Trump announced his support for South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster (R) and Idaho Sen. Mike Crapo (R), both of whom are running for reelection, and Arkansas Lieutenant Governor Tim Griffin (R), who is running to be his state’s attorney general.

In his endorsements, Trump cast the lawmakers as staunch supporters of an array of conservative values, touting their stances on immigration, gun rights and more.

Fox News didn’t stay silent and had these details to add:

In an unexpected show of support Friday night, Donald Trump endorsed three Republican officials running for public office.

Trump first endorsed South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster for a re-election bid in 2022, saying he “has been a great Governor for the wonderful people of South Carolina.”

“He is strong on the military, our vets, crime, and the second amendment. He has also been a fabulous chief executive for his state. Henry has my complete and total endorsement as he runs for re-election,” Trump added.

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“I’ve stood with him from the beginning. I’m honored he stands with me as we ‘Keep South Carolina Great’,” he added.

Arkansas Lt. Gov.Tim Griffin, who announced his candidacy for the state’s Attorney General slot last month, also received a Trump shout out.

Trump’s final endorsement of the evening came before the candidate had even formally announced his own bid for re-election.

If any Republican wants to be in office they must have Trump’s endorsements first.

It’s a new era.

The days of receiving endorsements from McConnell, Romney, and others don’t mean anything!


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