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Donald Trump has already gotten endorsements as he gets ready to run for president again in 2024. Republican legislators are supporting the previous president.
Trump made his reelection campaign announcement on November 15.
At Mar-a-Lago, his Florida mansion where he will headquarter his campaign, he declared, “In order to make America great and glorious again, I am tonight announcing my candidacy for president of the United States.”
Trump proclaimed that “America’s comeback starts right now” and that “Your country is being destroyed before your eyes.”
“Under our leadership, we were a great and glorious nation — something you haven’t heard for quite a long period of time,” he continued. “Now we are a nation in decline. We are a failing nation. For millions of Americans, the past two years under Joe Biden have been a time of pain, hardship and despair.”
“House GOP Conference Chair Rep. Elise Stefanik has endorsed Trump for president, referring to him as the “leader” of the GOP,” according to Just the News.
Republican Reps. Wesley Hunt of Texas, Ken Paxton of Texas, Matt Gaetz of Florida, Troy Nehls of Texas, Ronny Jackson of Texas, Paul Gosar of Arizona, Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, Clay Higgins of Louisiana, and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton have also endorsed Trump.
Hunt posted on social media that “Our country is in a rapid decline thanks to Joe Biden and the Democrat Party.”
Max Miller, an Ohio representative-elect, declared his support for Donald Trump as the GOP’s nominee for president in 2024.
He said, “I wouldn’t be here without his support, and President Trump will always have my support.”
“Eli Crane of Arizona is another incoming freshman member of the House who is supporting Trump for president,” JtN continued.
While Texas Senators Ted Cruz and John Cornyn haven’t made a public declaration endorsing Trump, U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville of Alabama has. I will “support the nominee of the Republican Party, but I think there’s likely to be a competitive primary election.” Cornyn told reporters.
There are some early fans of the former president in Hollywood as well.
The actor Jon Voight, a fervent Trump supporter in 2016 and 2020, is backing his campaign for reelection in 2024. In November 2019, Trump presented Voight with the National Medal of Arts at the White House.
Voight stated in a video, “Let us pray that the one president who understood truths and had the best interests of the American people, the American dream, President Donald Trump, will return to the presidency. He and only he can stop this swamp. Allow President Trump to rebuild our soil and our land so we can rise to our glory.”
Robert Davi, Antonio Sabato Jr., and Randy Quaid are three actors who have backed Trump.
Davi said, “Listening to Donald Trump made me feel the greatest days of America could be ahead of us. Donald Trump has the balls, common sense, and know-how to lift America out of the destructive path it is currently facing. He communicates plainly to the American people with bold clarity.”
Elijah Wood, Mark Hamill, and Mark Ruffalo are a few other famous people who have criticized Trump’s third candidacy for president.
Trump has “done nothing for working class people or America except to take the GOP down,” according to Ruffalo, a steadfast critic of the president.
In response to Trump’s declaration regarding 2024, Johnny Damon, a former MLB star, posted a social media endorsement for him. From 1995 through 2012, Damon played in the Major League Baseball for the Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers, Oakland Athletics, Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees, and Kansas City Royals.
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There is one name that has risen to the top of Trump’s list of potential running mates.
Trump is seriously considering Rep. Majorie Taylor Greene, according to New York Times Magazine correspondent Robert Draper.
As Draper explained to The Daily Beast’s “New Abnormal” podcast “that Greene had risen quickly in her first term in Congress by using the same tactics she honed as a right-wing social media influencer harassing Democratic staffers, and she could shoot to the second-highest office in government,” according to Raw Story. CONTINUE READING…