Another day, another endorsement.
President Trump has reportedly endorsed Wyoming GOP Chairman Frank Eathorne for reelection. It looks like President Trump is building quite the roster!
He is fulfilling his promise to back America First candidates and to send RINO’s packing for the hills.
I have said it so many times before, but I actually may love this more than President Trump sitting in The White House.
Being in The White House is a ton of work. President Trump is now laser focused on reshaping The GOP and that is so important.
It is something we have all been begging for—for a really long time.
Check it out:
The Epoch Times had more on the story:
Former President Donald Trump on Thursday endorsed Wyoming GOP chairman Frank Eathorne’s reelection efforts, specifically mentioning the chairman’s censure of Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) in the statement.
“Perhaps, most importantly, Frank has censured the incompetent Liz Cheney, who couldn’t care less about our brave soldiers overseas, and who is willing to fight ridiculous, endless wars instead of preparing for the big time enemies that may someday soon face our Country,” Trump wrote in a statement.
Cheney’s office did not immediately return a request for comment.
The Hill likewise reported:
Eathorne was one of the Republicans in the state to lead the charge to formally censure Cheney after her impeachment vote. She is the third-highest ranking Republican House member.
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Despite the censure, Cheney has not backed off her criticisms of Trump, saying she would not support him if he ran again in 2024 and that he does “not have a role as a leader of our party going forward.”
Trump called for the Republican party to get rid of Republicans like Cheney and others who voted to impeach him after the Capitol riot.
Although Cheney has faced backlash for her tough stance on Trump, she was able to raise $1.5 million in the first quarter of 2021 for her reelection campaign.