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Christian Leader’s Endorsement Could Shatter White House Dreams

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Former President Donald Trump is leading in Iowa ahead of the Republican presidential nomination.

Despite this, a prominent social conservative leader, Bob Vander Plaats, believes Trump is beatable.

“You’re seeing the field naturally coalesce. It’s getting smaller and smaller,” Plaats said. (Trending: Judge Issue Major Ruling On Transgender Procedures For Kids)

“There’s definitely a shot that the former president can be beat here,” he said.

Vander Plaats, likely to endorse a Trump rival, believes Trump’s absence from events communicates a negative message to his base.

“It’s a forum he’d want to take advantage of and remind our base of all the good things he did while he was president,” he pressed.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, a distant second to Trump, received a significant endorsement from Gov. Kim Reynolds.

However, Trump’s allies dismiss the importance of a Vander Plaats endorsement.

The impact of endorsements on Iowa caucus goers is questioned, with emphasis on the significance of meeting candidates and understanding their policies.

“I think what matters more to Iowa caucus goers than anything is meeting with the candidates and getting their questions answered about their policy positions,” strategist Nicole Schlinger said.

“Endorsements, whether it’s the governor or Bob Vander Plaats, can shine a light on the campaign, and then it’s up to the candidate to seal the deal.”

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