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Mitch McConnell Endorses Donald Trump

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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell endorsed former President Donald Trump for reelection in 2024, signaling Republican unity against President Biden.

McConnell’s endorsement came after Nikki Haley dropped out of the GOP primary race.

“It is abundantly clear that former President Trump has earned the requisite support of Republican voters to be our nominee for President of the United States,” McConnell said. “It should come as no surprise that as nominee, he will have my support.”

He said Trump earned sufficient Republican voter support to be the nominee.

McConnell praised Trump for policy successes like tax cuts, judicial appointments including the Supreme Court, and working together to help Americans.

“I look forward to the opportunity of switching from playing defense against the terrible policies the Biden administration has pursued to a sustained offense geared towards making a real difference in improving the lives of the American people,” McConnell said.

As the longest serving Senate party leader, McConnell is stepping down from leadership following health issues.

Under his tenure, the national debt rose over $30 trillion while issues like immigration, wages, Obamacare, and big tech censorship continued.

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