President Trump publicly announced on Wednesday that he is supporting former Central Washington police chief, Loren Culp, for Congress, stating that Culp has his “complete and total” endorsement.
Following an unsuccessful 2020 gubernatorial race, Culp is challenging “RINO” Rep. Dan Newhouse, R-Wash., for Washington’s fourth Congressional District.
Newhouse was one of the 10 House Republicans that partnered with the “Radical Left Democrats” and participated in the “Impeachment Hoax,” said Trump. Newhouse’s impeachment vote angered many of his constituents, which resulted in the Washington State Republican Party passing a statewide resolution to chastise the congressman, in a 111-2 vote.
In high praise, Trump said that Culp has “protected the great people of Central Washington for years as a highly respected Police Chief.” Labeling Culp a “Man of the people,” Trump stated that “Loren will always defend your personal liberty, our under-siege Second Amendment, Election Integrity, and Law Enforcement.”
Closing the endorsement letter, the 45th president called Newhouse “absolutely terrible,” and that unlike the representative, Loren will never “turn his back on Central Washington, or our country.”
Another recipient of Trump’s MAGA stamp of approval is Gov. Kristi Noem, R-S.D., who received Trump’s endorsement on Tuesday. Trump commended Noem for being “strong on borders, the Second Amendment, preserving land and Energy Dominance, Medical Freedom,” and for keeping “South Dakota open during COVID. ”
To date, Trump has endorsed over 100 political candidates with an agenda to win the midterm elections and build an America First GOP.