May 26, 2022

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Trump predicted popularity through local primaries

Trump predicted popularity through local primaries

Republican voters voted in two U.S. states on Tuesday to select their candidates for the November election deadline, giving the process an idea of ​​Donald Trump’s real impact on the Conservative party again.

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Nebraska and West Virginia, these two less urbanized states, tend to be Republican, and the winning candidates from these primaries have every chance of being elected in the fall.

So in order to strengthen the support that Donald Trump is already gaining in Congress or local executives, he will have to count his forces if he wants to go back to conquer the White House in 2024.

In Nebraska, Donald Trump was officially behind the candidacy of Charles Herbster, a sixty-year-old man who earned his fortune in breeding. The man, who is running for governor, has accused N Black of sexually harassing eight women, including a locally elected official, who has denied the allegations.

Opposite him is Jim Pillen, a senior Conservative University official backed by current Governor Pete Ricketts, who lost his chance to stand for re-election after serving two terms.

In West Virginia, where a primary is being held Tuesday as a result of a redistricting process, the former Republican president decided to support Alex Money, the spokesman against another Republican, David McKinley. Again, Donald Trump’s choice was not to the liking of state Governor Jim Justice, who offered his support to Mr McKinley.

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The former president was annoyed by Joe Biden’s vote for a major infrastructure restoration program and his support for setting up a commission of inquiry into the January 6, 2021 attack on the capital.

In all, a dozen American states will hold “mid-term” primaries in May to determine who will be their Republican candidate for the midterm legislative elections.

Donald Trump has already won in Ohio, JD Vance has won, he is not actually his fol, but has the ability to seek and gain the support of a billionaire who has turned into politics.

If the septuagenarian in Nebraska and West Virginia changed the test, his thesis-thrust thesis on the Abraham Lincoln party would be strengthened. If his nominees fail, other Republicans may think twice before anointing the former White House master.