Former President Trump while in Waukesha County for his ‘Save America’ Rally on Friday, reminded the audience that he went 45-0 this week on endorsements.
“This week we’re 45 wins and no losses,” Trump told the crowd, referring to his endorsements in primary races on Tuesday. “And you’re going to send Tim Michaels, an incredible success story, Tim Michaels to the governor’s mansion, and you’re going to reelect the amazing Ron Johnson” to the U.S. Senate in Wisconsin.
Trump also hinted at another Presidential run, a gesture he’s been teasing for quite some time as the 2022 midterms draw nearer.
“I ran twice. I won twice, did much better the second time than I did the first getting millions more votes in 2020 than we got in 2016,” Trump said. “I was told that if we got the same number, there’s no way we could lose. We got millions and millions more votes, and likewise getting more votes than any sitting president and the history of our country by far — and now we may just have to do it again, right? We may have to do it again, and bring our country back.”
Political Analysts believe the caveat to Trump pulling the trigger on running is winning both the House and the Senate in the midterms. Trump echoed the importance of that happening prior to his potential announcement.
First, though, Trump said, “we have to win a historic victory for the Republican Party,” which is poised to take majorities in both the House and Senate in the midterm, as Democrats currently control both chambers and the White House.
Trump also took full advantage of an opportunity to slam President Joe Biden who he will most likely run against should he decide to give the oval office another go.
“You could take the five worst presidents in American history and put them together, and they would not have done the damage Joe Biden has done to our country in less than two short years,” he said. “The contrast between the Trump administration’s amazing success — and we had amazing success — and Joe Biden’s breathtaking failure could not be more stark.”
Nevertheless, Trump’s undefeated winning record of 45-0 this week proves once again that the GOP is ready for a Conservative transformation and that RINO candidates are no longer wanted in the Republican Party. America First Conservatives have not only dominated the races, but those who are still waiting for their Primary races are leading by double digits in the polls including Harriet Hageman who is running against disgraced Liz Cheney for Wyoming’s ‘at-large congressional district’.