When rumors spread like wildfire Monday that President Donald J. Trump would announce his third presidential campaign that night, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., was among those who hoped they were true.
Ultimately, that was not the case, and taking to Twitter Tuesday, the congresswoman explained why.
“I wish Pres Trump announced last night in Ohio, but he chose to put everyone else first,” she explained. “He’s held 30 rallies in 17 states, hosted 43 telerallies & 52 candidate fundraisers, & endorsed 285 candidates while being politically persecuted. He’s put everyone else first all along.”
Those figures were also touted Tuesday by Trump’s Save America PAC, conveying the 45th president’s massive efforts and commitment to putting “America First.”
In addition to the shocking number of events Trump has held in support of others, the Tuesday statement noted, “President Trump raised nearly $350 million in this election cycle for Republican candidates and Party Committees.”
Further, Trump’s primary super PAC, Make America Great Again, Inc., reportedly spent $16.4 million in five weeks in support of U.S. Senate, gubernatorial, and attorney general races around the country.
Throughout his rally speeches, Trump has repeatedly referred to the MAGA movement as “our movement,” stressing that he became involved in politics to help save America. He did not do it for personal gain.
Meanwhile, in the midst of all the rallies and fundraisers, the 45th president has also had to respond to attacks from the media, the Jan. 6 “Unselect” Committee, and the attorney general of New York, as well as an FBI raid on his home.
Nevertheless, through it all, Trump has remained positive in his outlook for America, holding, “We can turn it around and Make America Great Again.”