Trump endorses Rep. Ronny Jackson for Texas congressional race

by Joshua Perry

President Trump has officially given his sacred nod of endorsement to Congressman Ronny Jackson, R-Texas, for the upcoming midterm elections next year.

In his mission to reshape the GOP into an America First party free of Republicans in Name Only, the Mar-a-Largo president is urging supporters to vote for “patriot” Ronny Jackson.

Rep. Jackson retired from the United States Navy after serving 24 honorable years as a Rear Admiral. Post-military service, he served as White House physician in the George W. Bush administration, as the White House Medical Unit Commander under the Trump administration, and as President Trump’s appointed physician.

Passionate about “Draining the Swamp” of Washington D.C., the 45th president christened Jackson as one who “took on the Swamp with me from day one,” said Trump.

President Trump is considered the most popular Republican in the GOP today and the leader of the party by many conservative voters, so his endorsement is in high demand, but carefully given.

Rep. Jackson, however, fits the bill of the real estate businessman as an ” incredible fighter” for the constituents of the Lone Star State.

The former naval sailor isn’t the only candidate to receive the blessings of President Trump recently. Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Ariz., received the MAGA stamp of approval in November, labeling Rep. Gosar as a “loyal supporter of our America First agenda.”

Also in the lineup of endorsements are Kari Lake, a popular news anchor, for the Arizona gubernatorial race, and former Sen. David Perdue for Georgia’s gubernatorial election. No one knows for sure if Donald Trump will make a run for the 2024 presidency, but he is working diligently to get likeminded people elected to state and federal offices.

Trump’s concluded his endorsement of Rep. Jackson with a strong commendation, calling him an “America First warrior” that will support the Second Amendment, “secure our borders,” and create “jobs.” Referencing Rep. Jackson’s military service, Trump said, “he deeply loves our military.” Rep. Jackson “has my complete and total endorsement,” said Trump before giving a plug to Jackson’s upcoming book “Holding the Line.”

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