The most recent round of primary elections has proven to be especially beneficial for former President Donald J. Trump, who enjoyed a resounding 12-0 victory in terms of his endorsements.
In a Truth Social post, Trump triumphed about the latest round of winnings, especially as these victories add to his already impressive endorsement record for the 2022 primaries leading up to the highly consequential midterm elections.
Per an unofficial tally provided by Newsmax, Trump is enjoying a 93.5 percent winning percentage, with 143 of his 153 endorsements prevailing across several primary elections.
Some of the most impressive victories include two different Trump-endorsed candidates winning in the heavily Democrat state of Illinois, where Trump recently held a “Save America” rally.
The candidates include gubernatorial candidate Darren Bailey and Representative Mary Miller.
Lauding Miller as “a star” on social media, Trump declared that his endorsement “won BIG in Illinois.”
“She campaigned hard and smart,” Trump continued, “Congratulations to a very fine woman!”
Trump also provided substantive praise to Bailey, “who won the Republican nomination in a landslide,” declaring that one of his principal goals is to help the aspiring governor succeed over incumbent Governor J.B. Pritzker.
The former president assailed Pritzker as “one of the worst and most obnoxious governors,” sardonically adding that Pritzker may as well be known as “Mr. Lockdown,” in reference to draconian measures undertaken by Illinois Democrats during the pandemic.
Trump argued that “the last thing” Pritzker wants is to run against Bailey, “a very popular state senator with a big, beautiful and powerful base.”
Noting the rampant crime that has plagued Illinois, in particular the notorious havoc wreaked across Chicago, Trump declared that Bailey has a strong chance of winning the midterm elections in November.
“With all the crime and lockdowns going on in Illinois, with people fleeing to other states, Bailey will win!” Trump declared.
Other Trump-endorsed victories in Illinois included Representatives Mike Bost and Darren LaHood in the state’s 12th and 18th districts, respectively.
The potential 2024 Republican presidential candidate enjoyed several other major wins on Tuesday outside of Illinois, including the victory of pro-Second Amendment Colorado Representative Lauren Boebert, much to the ire of anti-gun fanatics.
Trump also enjoyed a slew of other victories amongst his endorsements, including Representatives Chris Stewart and Burgess Owens in Utah’s 2nd and 4th districts, respectively.
The 45th president, who remains wildly popular, also enjoyed multiple successes across Oklahoma, including the victory of incumbent Governor Kevin Stitt.
Should Trump’s endorsements perform well in the midterm elections, chances of a Trump 2024 candidacy are likely to amplify.
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