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Mitch McConnell endorses Donald Trump for president

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More than three years after their last conversation, and after the Kentucky Republican specifically accused Donald Trump of being responsible for the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol, Senator Republican Leader Mitch McConnell announced on Wednesday that he would support Donald Trump for president. In a statement, McConnell stated, “It is very evident that former President Donald Trump has obtained the necessary backing from Republican voters to be our nominee for President of the United States.” “He will have my support as a nominee, which should not come as a surprise.”

McConnell made her declaration shortly after former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley, Donald Trump last serious opponent in the primary, declared she would withdraw the morning following Super Tuesday, when Donald Trump won all of the nation’s races.  According to a person with knowledge of the situation, McConnell’s support resulted from months of intensive talks about communication between the Donald Trump campaign’s Chris LaCivita and longtime McConnell confidant Josh Holmes. Perhaps most importantly, though, was getting the two camps to agree on the US Senate races this year.

Another person with knowledge of the situation claims

That McConnell did not communicate with Donald Trump before releasing his endorsement. The two individuals haven’t spoken since the end of 2020. Instead, LaCivita and Holmes allegedly spoke.

The public backing from McConnell, who declared last week that he would resign as the leader of the Republican Party at the end of the year, coincided with the endorsement of Donald Trump by his fellow prominent Republican senators. Earlier this month, McConnell’s opponent, John Thune, the second-ranking Republican in the chamber, gave Donald Trump his endorsement. Sen. John Cornyn of Texas, a potential McConnell replacement, supported Donald Trump following his victory in the New Hampshire primary.

Thune, who has already expressed his worries about how Donald Trump will perform with suburban voters. Stated he thinks the Republican ticket will send a unifying message. We need to have a united ticket heading into the fall, in my opinion. And we’ll all go out and work hard to win over those suburban votes who are independents,” he said.

“It is now a one-on-one, straight up.”

Other congressional Republicans are now supporting Donald Trump and putting aside their earlier reservations about him being the party’s nominee.

Republican representative from California, Rep. John Duarte. Stated that he is focused on his opponent and that he intends to support Trump. Joe Biden won this district the previous round.

“Well, I think it’s blessed for me that Biden is my opponent.” When told whether putting Donald at the very top of the ticket will have an impact on contested contests. Farther down the ballot, he replied, “It’s cheap to endorse with Joe Biden right now and that’s what we’ll be doing.”

Duarte went on to say that while he “probably won’t” run against  Trump. He still plans to support the former president and doesn’t see the need to disassociate himself from him.

“Well, I am running to be the party’s nominee for president, and we need to put an end to Biden’s mistakes,” he declared. So many individuals from all walks of life in my district are in favor of ending these policies. That American oil must be drilled, farms must have access to water. And opportunities and affordability must return to America. Additionally, Republican Representative Brian Fitzpatrick of a Pennsylvania district won. By Joe Biden refrained from stating if he would support  Trump. There have been more developments added to this article.

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