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Former Rivals Join Trump In Bid To Defeat ‘Most Corrupt President In History’

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Former President Trump is set to hold a rally in New Hampshire, joined by former opponents and now endorsers Sen. Tim Scott, Vivek Ramaswamy, and Gov. Doug Burgum.

This event is intended to demonstrate Republican unity and readiness to challenge President Joe Biden.

Trump’s lead over former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley in recent polling is substantial.

“This is designed as a show of force that the party is united and ready to take on Joe Biden,” a Trump campaign official stated.

The official noted that “all three VIP guests — former opponents, now endorsers — will be drawing a sharp contrast to Joe Biden in a preview of the general election that is now here.”

“I look forward to working together with him to beat Joe Biden, who is the worst and most corrupt president in the history of our country,” Trump said of DeSantis.

The GOP primary field has narrowed to Trump and Haley after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis suspended his campaign and endorsed Trump.

DeSantis believes Republican voters want to give Trump another chance and sees him as superior to Biden.

“They watched his presidency get stymied by relentless resistance, and they see Democrats using lawfare to this day to attack him,” DeSantis said. “While I have had disagreements with Donald Trump, such as on the coronavirus pandemic and his elevation of [Dr.] Anthony Fauci, Trump is superior to the current incumbent, Joe Biden. That is clear.”

“We can’t go back to the old Republican guard of yesteryear — a repackaged form of warmed-over corporatism — that Nikki Haley represents.”

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