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Trump’s Shadow Campaign: Here’s Who Got His Endorsement

The Democratic Party’s praetorian guard is chastising Donald Trump for his electoral shadow campaign.

His mission to reshape the political environment, according to the usual suspects, is “adrift.” On Sunday, Politico lobbed a grenade at Trump with an attack piece.

According to Politico, “the Trump that has appeared in the month and a half since he left office is far from the political godzilla everyone thought him to be.”

“He was expected to wreak havoc on a Republican Party that flinched when his supporters stormed the US Capitol on Jan. 6 and refused to vigorously defend him during his second impeachment hearing. Instead, Trump has kept tight ties to GOP officials who have pledged to help incumbents, remained almost entirely out of the spotlight, made relatively innocuous remarks when he did speak, and offered only sporadic criticism of his replacement, Joe Biden.”

Donald Trump is back, amid the radical left’s constant attacks. He aspires to be one of the most influential ex-presidents in shaping America’s political future. (At least, that’s what the public thinks.)

Sen. Rand Paul said, “He’s showing more passion and commitment than other past presidents.” “It’ll be different this time. It’ll be a kind of shadow [presidential] campaign. I’m not sure if he’ll run again, but I assume he’ll be interested in the 2022 election.”

In Biden’s mid-term elections, the former president is aggressively screening a selection of prospective Senate candidates to support. Establishment Republicans are attempting to persuade him to support the ‘preferred’ candidates or, at the very least, avoid provoking his wrath.

As they spoke on Monday, Sen. Lindsey Graham told Trump, “Endorse as many incumbents as you can.” “Come out for the people who will come out for you.” To the maximum practicable, play team ball.”

The Republican Party is playing “gang ball” with Donald Trump. He has also endorsed a large number of Senate candidates in the upcoming midterm elections.

According to Politico, Trump has already endorsed Boozman, Tim Scott of South Carolina, Jerry Moran of Kansas, and John Kennedy of Louisiana.

“Moreover, Hoeven confirmed that Trump is a supporter of his campaign. Trump is also encouraging Herschel Walker, a former NFL running back, to run against Senator Raphael Warnock.”

Senator Rick Scott of Florida posted a snapshot of his latest meeting with Donald Trump on Friday.

“We’re all based on regaining the Senate majority in 2022 and saving our country from today’s Democrat Party’s extreme policies,” Scott tweeted.

In addition, after her husband died tragically from COVID, he endorsed Julia Letlow for a House seat in Louisiana.


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Donald Trump also hinted that his daughter-in-law Lara Trump would run for a Senate seat in the United States. He hinted that it was possible during a surprise visit to a charity event on Sunday.

Despite Politico’s attempts to discredit Donald Trump’s efforts, he has openly and vocally chastised those who have transgressed. He listed his “enemies list” by name during his CPAC speech.

“The Democrats don’t have grandstanders like Mitt Romney, Ben Sasse, Richard Burr, Bill Cassidy, Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, or Pat Toomey,” Trump said. “And there’s another beauty in the Kitchen, Tom Rice of South Carolina, Adam Kinzinger, Dan Newhouse, Anthony Gonzalez. Jaime Herrera Beutler, Peter Meijer, John Katko, and David Valadao. Fred Upton, Jaime Herrera Beutler, Peter Meijer, John Katko, and David Valadao. And, of course, there’s Liz Cheney, the warmonger who enjoys watching our troops fight. What do you think? The good news is that she has been sanctioned in her home state. And her poll numbers in her state have plummeted faster than any human being I have ever seen.”

The real measure of Donald Trump’s power would be if he can use his resources and clout to defeat his opponents and GOP establishment figures in open races. The conflict between Trump and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is very real.

Following the retirements of GOP Sens. Roy Blunt of Missouri, Rob Portman of Ohio, Richard Shelby of Alabama, Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania, and Richard Burr of North Carolina, they appear headed for a collision course in some of the party’s five open Senate races, according to Politico. “Republicans are particularly concerned about Pennsylvania and North Carolina, two of the Democrats’ strongest pick-up opportunities and states where Trump candidates could theoretically be more vulnerable in elections.

“Those vacant seats will reshape the Senate GOP,” Politico continues, “as McConnell allies are either replaced by Democrats or — particularly in red states — Trump acolytes.”

Already, the news media is frantically spinning to downplay Trump’s position as kingmaker. However, for tens of millions of Trump supporters seeking vengeance after the election fiasco in 2020, his leadership will act as a critical compass for navigating America’s uncharted waters.

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