Donald Trump’s First Endorsements Extremely Controversial
We are seeing a new political endorsement under Donald Trump’s “America First” agenda, fresh off a CPAC speech that rocked the house and a pledge that his work was far from done.
Donald Trump endorsed Kansas Senator Jerry Moran on Thursday.
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Former President Donald Trump has endorsed Kansas Senator Jerry Moran for reelection in 2022, suggesting that the two-term Republican is unlikely to face a significant challenge in the GOP primary, according to the Associated Press.
Interestingly, we now know who Donald Trump did not support for the U.S. Senate race in Ohio in 2022: former state GOP chair Jane Timken.
Just a reminder that it was @GOPChairwoman Ronna ROMNEY McDaniel who went to Mar-a-Lago to push Trump to endorse Timken, a Kasich ally who was 100% in favor of impeachment behind the scenes, in the OH US Senate race for Portman's seat. https://t.co/90ETJ9Lxej
— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) March 2, 2021
However, Donald Trump did make a controversial endorsement today: Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina.
Former President Donald Trump endorses Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) for re-election. pic.twitter.com/KmjPexJKAT
— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) March 2, 2021
Despite the fact that Scott is a staunch conservative, many Trump supporters appeared disappointed with the endorsement.
This is bad, Trump is not learning from his mistakes. The people in charge in endorsements for Trump are establishment types and do not support Trump
— AD24 (@PresAD24) March 2, 2021
Trump endorses GOP Sen. Tim Scott, who voted to affirm Biden's victory, for reelection. pic.twitter.com/egthCFbq5w
— Andrew Solender (@AndrewSolender) March 2, 2021
NOooo!!!! Scott is typical swamp. Just like @NikkiHaley. I live in SC and we know. President Trump is apparently still listening to the wrong people.
— Sandy S (@sansatt) March 2, 2021
Trump supports the Republican Party. Period. He tries to expose them at the same time.
— AmericanGirl (@AllyGallentine) March 2, 2021
This would explain why Trump's first endorsement was such a lousy one: these two idiots — "Stepien and Clark were tapped to oversee decisions about which candidates the former president will endorse." https://t.co/nHbPaswcGQ
— Robert Barnes (@barnes_law) February 26, 2021
Tim Scott, in my view, is a solid conservative and an outstanding Republican Party spokesperson. The same reason Donald Trump didn’t form a third party is why he made the endorsement: Only a united party will beat the Democratic Party, which is highly risky.