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Missouri Senator Josh Hawley Endorses Trump

via Trump White House Archived on Youtube
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Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri officially endorsed former President Donald Trump for the presidency, becoming the 18th Republican senator to do so.

Trump had previously warned both Hawley and Senator Ted Cruz to be cautious in their upcoming election battles.

In the primary field, Trump leads with 60% support, followed by Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley. (Trending: Kid Rock Rages Against ‘Woke’ Target)

“President Trump doesn’t need to worry. I’m with him. He’s asked me several times to support him. I said yes. And I’ve been saying for a year that I think he’s gonna be the nominee. I support him. I’m gonna vote for him,” Hawley said.

“Don’t worry — you can put me down as support, endorsed, stand with.”

“So interesting that the Democrats are looking hard at the Senate races in both Missouri and Texas. Josh and Ted must be very careful, stranger things have happened!!!” Trump wrote.

Haley received an endorsement from New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu, and the primary race in New Hampshire shows Trump leading with about 44% support, with Haley and Chris Christie following behind.

“This is an opportunity for New Hampshire to lead this country, for New Hampshire to say we’re not looking in the rearview mirror anymore,” Governor Chris Sununu.

“You bet your a– I am. We’re all in for Nikki Haley.”

Ron DeSantis has garnered support in early states like Iowa and received endorsements from influential figures there.

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