Donald Trump just doesn’t miss! Trump endorsed a slew of candidates for the midterm elections and they exceeded expectations. Wait until you see who they are.
Trump took to Truth Social this week to celebrate his winning candidates.
Fox News reports. Trump celebrated “ALL WINS” in primary races on Tuesday evening – a tongue-in-cheek statement that may have included his sarcastic endorsements of Democrats.
On his social platform, the former president gushed about the wins he endorsed in the 2022 midterm election.
Trump wrote Tuesday evening, “Looks like a fantastic evening of ALL WINS – Great Candidates!!!”
He later added: “26 and 0 tonight, turning numerous tight races into big and easy wins. Overall for the last 4 years, 98.4% on Endorsements!”
Trump had jokingly endorsed Democratic candidates such as Dan Goldman, who won his New York primary on Tuesday night. “It is my great honor to Strongly Endorse him,” Trump wrote in a Truth Social post last week.
Matt Gaetz, who is endorsed by Trump, defeated former FedEx executive Mark Lombardo in a Republican primary on Tuesday night.
The Republican primary runoff election for Oklahoma’s U.S. Senate seat went to Oklahoma representative Markwayne Mullin who beat banking executive TW Shannon.
Earlier this year, incumbent Jim Inhofe announced he was retiring. Mullin will serve the remaining four years of Inhofe’s term if he wins in November.
On Tuesday night, Trump’s Florida endorsees swept the primary — Kat Cammack, John Rutherford, Marco Rubio, Gus Bilirakis, Neal Dunn, Anna Paulina Luna.
Also noteworthy is who Trump did not endorse – Gov. Ron DeSantis. In 2024, he may run against Trump, but neither candidate has made an official announcement.
Following his win, Ron Desantis sent a message to Joe Biden.
From current speculation and polling, Ron Desantis or Trump will be taking on the Democrat nominee for President in November. Only time will tell.
One thing’s for sure though and that is Donald Trump’s endorsements carry heavy weight. His 98.4% success rating on his endorsements don’t lie. Who do you think Trump will endorse in the 2024 elections?