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Louisiana Senator John Kennedy Endorses Trump for President

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Senator John Kennedy (R-LA) has endorsed former President Donald Trump following his primary victories in Iowa and New Hampshire, stating that the competition is over and it will be President Trump versus President Biden.

Kennedy emphasized the choice between hope and more hurt, expressing his endorsement of Trump and his anticipation of working with him.

The endorsement follows that of House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA), who highlighted Trump’s ability to save the country and get it back on track.

“Competition makes us all better, so I let the primary play out, but this thing’s over,” Kennedy wrote on X.

“It’s going to be President Trump versus President Biden: A choice between hope and more hurt. It’s not even close. I choose hope. I am endorsing Pres. Trump and look forward to working with him.”

“American families and workers deserve a president who will stand up for them and their safety, rescue us from failed Bidenomics, and restore our nation to greatness,” Scalise said. “In this race, there is one man who has a proven track record of being able to save our country and get us back on track: Donald Trump. He has done it once before, and I know he will do it again.”

Meanwhile, Senator Bill Cassidy (R-LA) has not commented on the matter, and Trump’s primary opponent, Nikki Haley, has shown no intention of dropping out, despite calls from GOP chairwoman Ronna McDaniel to unite around Trump as the eventual nominee.

“Looking at the math and the path going forward and I don’t see it for Nicki Haley. I think she ran a great campaign. The message from the voters is clear,” McDaniel said. “We need to unite around our eventual nominee which is going to be Donald Trump. We need to be sure we beat Joe Biden. It’s 10 months away until the November election. We can’t wait any longer to put our foot on the gas to beat the worst president who kept our borders opened and allowed fentanyl to pour through and allowed rampant inflation.”

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