‘I need strong fighters like Kari in the Senate’: Trump endorses Lake

2K5YHJB Huge Rally in Mesa, Arizona as many Arizona republicans wait all morning long to catch their Republican candidates sharing the stage.

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President Donald Trump announced his endorsement of Arizona’s Kari Lake for Senate. The Trump War Room posted the news to X shortly after Lake announced her bid. 

He said, “When I’m back in the White House, I need strong fighters like Kari in the Senate. She is a fighter. She’s strong, and she’s good. She’s got a great heart, by the way.”

Trump noted that Biden is “the worst President we’ve ever had” and vowed to “Undo the damage that Biden and the radical democrats have done.” 

He expressed a need for support from the House and the Senate and told voters, “That starts right here, tonight, by helping Kari Lake win in Arizona.”

Trump also called her “one of the toughest fighters in our movement.” Then, he declared, “I am proud to give her my complete and total endorsement for the United States Senate.” 

“With people like Kari fighting for Arizona in the Senate, with me in the White House, we will Make America Great Again,” noted. 

He also called it an honor to endorse her. 

RSBN reported that Lake announced her Senate run Tuesday night stating, “I’ve got a lot of fight left in me. And I’m really tired of watching our politicians retreat from every single important battle. They’re cowards. That’s how we got into the mess we’re in, because they have surrendered far too many hills…I’m not surrendering this hill.”

“I will be the most PRO-AMERICA senator in the entire country,” she added. 

She posted a clip of her announcement to X, stating, “I want to protect Arizona, and I want to protect the United States of America. I promise I will make you proud.”

Lake also explained, “I’m in this for every Arizonan who wants their voice to be heard and their vote to be counted.”

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