Monday, 14 June, 2021

Trump endorses Ted Budd in North Carolina Senate GOP primary

Republicans mocked for abandoning traditional policy initiatives in an effort to win on ‘left is bad’ message Bye, Donald Trump's Blog: It Shuts Down After a Month
Cecil Davis | 06 June, 2021, 22:07

"And we can never, ever let that happen again and we're going to go forward and we're going to continue to look and things are being found that is not even believable".

His advisers are already eyeing subsequent appearances in Ohio, Florida, Alabama and Georgia to help bolster midterm candidates and energize voters.

Trump remains a dominant force with the Republican party and will be throwing his support behind his preferred candidates as the GOP fights for control of Congress in 2022. Republicans have won North Carolina in 11 of the last 13 presidential elections.

According to CNBC, Jason Miller, who is Trump's senior aide, said that the blog "will not be returning" and was a means to broaden the "efforts" they "are working on".

Major news networks reportedly declined to air Donald Trump's first public speech in months to the Republican Party of North Carolina's annual convention on Saturday evening.

Tabloid news publications like TMZ and Metro showed zoomed-in videos of the billionaire's crotch area, and some social media users took to Twitter to mock Trump, suggesting that the 74-year-old had unintentionally put his trousers on backward at the North Carolina GOP convention.

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While the former President praised Budd from the stage, former North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory, who was ousted in 2016 after one term, and ex-Rep.

Since leaving the White House, Trump has regularly made baseless claims that the last presidential election was stolen.

Trump focused his early remarks on President Joe Biden, which he called "the most radical left-wing administration in history".

Trump's claims about election fraud have triggered a wave of Republican-backed voter integrity bills in state legislatures across the country.

Democratic National Committee spokesman Ammar Moussa took a shot at Trump in a statement released ahead of his speech. Richard Burr, who is retiring from Congress after 18 years in the Senate and ten in the House.