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.

However, Donald Trump did make a controversial endorsement today: Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina.

Despite the fact that Scott is a staunch conservative, many Trump supporters appeared disappointed with the endorsement.


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.



Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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