ENDORSEMENTS JUST KEEP COMING FOR PRESIDENT TRUMP
Since the 45th president’s original declaration of his candidacy in November 2022, the endorsements for a 2024 Trump presidency have been pouring in, indicating his popularity with conservative leaders across the country.
Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio, a Republican, gave a fervent defense of Trump in a March appearance on his son Donald Trump Jr. I’m 100 percent, Jordan reportedly told the DC Enquirer. I am fully myself. I’ve supported him from the beginning.
Lauren Boebert, a Republican congresswoman from Colorado, has also endorsed President Trump on Twitter through the MAGA War Room.
President Trump spoke to thousands of supporters inside the Adler Theater in Davenport, Iowa, on Monday. Countless others waited outside in the chilly weather to show their support for the president’s candidacy for the presidency in 2024.
The Trump campaign released a lengthy list of significant endorsements from current and former Iowa conservative leaders prior to his visit, including:
The Honorable Rod Blum, Former U.S. Representative from Iowa’s First Congressional District, The Honorable Matt Whitaker, Former Acting Attorney General of the United States, The Honorable Charlie McClintock, Former State Senator for Iowa’s 42nd Senate District, The Honorable Jeff Reichman, Former State Senator for Iowa’s 50th Senate District
The support of nine Iowa state representatives was also listed on the list.
President Trump has received the steadfast support of newly elected Rep. Harriet Hageman, R-Wyo., who memorably ousted “RINO” Republican and former Rep. Liz Cheney from her congressional seat in 2022.
She said to Breitbart, “President Trump stood with me for my election in 2022, and I am proud to stand with him in 2024.
According to RSBN, Trump has received the support of Texas Congressmen Troy Nehls and Ronny Jackson as well as Attorney General Ken Paxton (R) of Texas for the 2024 election. Sens. Tommy Tuberville, R-Alabama, Sen. J.D. Vance, R-Ohio, and GOP gubernatorial hopeful Kari Lake have also endorsed Trump.
Early in February, Sen. Markwayne Mullin, a Republican from Oklahoma, declared his support for “the strongest president of my lifetime, Donald J. Trump, for a second term in 2024.” The “creator of our America First movement,” according to Mullin, Trump is “exactly the president we need to guide this country over the difficult path ahead.”
The Republican representative from Georgia, Marjorie Taylor Greene, has also backed Trump.
She tweeted on Thursday that “Under President Trump’s leadership, America was admired throughout the world. American families and employees were prospering, and incomes climbed at all levels. America’s potential for oil and natural gas was unlocked by Trump. Immigration without authorization was declining. Manufacturing in America was expanding. The globalists were reversing course. America is now on its knees thanks to Joe Biden. Trump is the person who can save America.