President Trump’s endorsement success continues to impress during a year of heated midterm primary elections, firmly solidifying his position as political kingmaker for the modern GOP platform.
Per Breitbart, Trump’s endorsement record across 26 states is unblemished, netting him a record success rate of 147-10 in this season’s election cycle so far.
During last week’s Friday night Save America rally in Waukesha, Wisconsin, Trump touted his endorsements, telling the crowd that it had been an “exceptional week for the America First movement.” He added that just last week, “we’re 45 wins and no losses – is that good?”
Breitbart’s report additionally confirmed that Trump’s endorsement success record was even perfect in states like California (7-0) and Pennsylvania (8-0).
Trump himself has frequently pointed out that in Texas, his endorsement record is 33-0.
Although the 45th president has not publicly announced whether he will officially be running for president again in 2024, his relentless campaigning for America First candidates around the country suggests that he is positioning the GOP for a Republican comeback in the House and Senate before he potentially throws his hat into the ring.
A recent report from Axios claimed that Trump was allegedly working to tighten his inner circle ahead of a potential 2024 bid, distancing himself from former advisors and pulling in trustworthy allies like MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell.
Trump’s stunning endorsement success handily positions him to return to the White House in 2025 if he decides to run because the GOP will control both the House and the Senate if his endorsed candidates soar to victory in November.