Normally, after a president leaves office, he takes some much-needed time off. And with Trump out of D.C., Democrats probably hoped he’d take plenty of time off.
But they never really knew Trump, didn’t they?
It seems Trump is nearly as busy as he was while in the White House. After a brief respite in January/February, Number 45 is roaring back.
In fact, the Republican Party appears more than happy to see his face again. Anyone who thought the GOP was “moving on” won’t like this news one bit.
From Fox News:
Former Trump White House aide Max Miller is headed to former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in south Florida next week to raise money for his 2022 run for Congress in Ohio…
Miller’s finance event comes on the heels of fundraisers held at Mar-a-Lago the past two weekends by Trump’s longtime White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders… and South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem… who is running for reelection in 2022…
Last month Sen. Mike Lee of Utah trekked to Mar-a-Lago to hold a fundraiser for his 2022 reelection campaign.
Over the last month, a sea of Republican candidates has trekked to Mar-a-Largo to kick off their 2022 campaigns.
Not only were they able to host fundraisers, but they got a nod from the man himself. An endorsement from Donald Trump can transform an ailing campaign into a winning one.
And when Trump calls out a Republican, criticizing their decisions or competence, they might not have much of a chance willing an election.
We’ve seen that for many years, ever since he was elected president. Even in 2020, the majority of candidates he backed won easily.
Now, some early stars of his administration and the party are banking support. They will face tough primaries and intense general elections next year. Hitting the ground running now is vital.
With Trump’s wind in their sails, they will have a good chance at securing their future seats.
This also proves Trump is in no way backing down in his fight for America. He has released numerous press releases, sharing his views on everything from Biden’s failings to RINOs’ shortcomings.
Many hope he will play a big role in securing the GOP’s future. It looks like he’s taking that responsibility seriously.
- Republicans are flocking to Mar-a-Largo to fundraise with Donald Trump.
- Allies to Trump from the White House and Congress are seeking news across the country.
- Endorsements from Trump often seal the deal for many candidates.
Source: Fox News