When it comes to winning an election, you better have the Big Man’s blessing, because, without it, there’s a good chance your political career may come to a crashing halt before it even begins. There’s no doubt that a Trump endorsement holds a lot of weight these days, and last night in Ohio and Indiana, Donald Trump proved once again that his endorsement is worth political gold.
Donald Trump weighed in Wednesday after his all-star roster of endorsed candidates won all over the United States, saying he was “22 and 0” in pivotal races and primaries.
“I was 22 and 0,” Trump told Fox News. “I won every race.”
“I think JD showed tremendous strength,” Trump said. “It was a great victory for everyone, but I am most happy for the Republican Party because we have great candidates. I think all of them will be winning in the fall.
Interactive Polls was quick to highlight the 22 and 0 landslide in last night’s Ohio and Indiana primaries.
One Twitter user @LesterDent raised an important point suggesting that if a number of Trump-backed candidates had lost, headlines would be “Trump Endorsement power waning”, but instead will now read “Don’t read too much into Trump endorsements winning”.
“It was a great evening for the Republican Party and we love all of our candidates from Indiana, from Ohio, I went 22 and 0,” Trump told Fox News.
“I think we’re going to have a tremendous season, I think we’re going to win a lot of races with great candidates who are going to go on to big numbers in the fall.”
“The Oz race is going to be interesting. I think Oz is going to do very well. Oz is going to do very well,” Trump explained. “Georgia is going to be interesting. I have a lot of candidates in Georgia.”