Former US President Donald Trump is still seen as the Republican party’s best fundraiser and most recognizable figure even from exile in Florida, reported The Hill.
Top US Republican candidates, who are hoping to win back control of the Senate in 2022, have embraced former President Donald Trump as a kind of running mate in the first weeks of their campaigns.
This step marks a recognition that the ousted president is still the Republican party’s best fundraiser and most recognizable figure even from exile in Florida, reported The Hill.
While Representative Mo Brooks mentioned the former president seven times in a press release where he announced his candidacy, his leading rival former Ambassador Lynda Blanchard, recently held a fundraiser at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort.
Meanwhile, former Missouri Governor Eric Greitens vowed to defend Trump’s ‘America first’ policies in an interview on Fox News, where he announced that he would run to replacing retiring Senator Roy Blunt.
News Source : Hindustan Times