Arkansas Republican Gov. and former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is all set to announce her endorsement of former President Donald Trump, who she used to work for in the White House, at a rally that is scheduled to be held on Wednesday evening, according to information revealed by her office. I mean, that makes total sense seeing as how she used to work in his administration. That’s aside from the fact that she holds a lot of the same values and principles as Trump. The former president is currently enjoying a massive lead in the GOP race for the nomination, but that’s not all.
A poll that came out over the weekend from the New York Times/Siena College revealed that Trump is beating President Joe Biden by a decent margin in six key battleground states, all of which he lost during the 2020 election.
“Sanders will appear with Trump on stage at his rally near Miami on Wednesday, the same night the third Republican presidential debate will take place just right down the road from Trump’s event, NBC News reported. The Arkansas governor’s endorsement comes as Trump dominates the GOP field in the polls and is ahead of President Joe Biden in the Real Clear Politics average of national polling,” the Daily Wire reported.
“It’s not a question between right versus left anymore,” the former press secretary said in a statement. “It’s normal versus crazy, and President Biden and the left are doubling down on crazy. The time has come to return to the normal policies of the Trump era which created a safer, stronger, and more prosperous America, and that’s why I am proud to endorse Donald Trump for President.”
The Arkansas governor’s statement held sentiments that were similar to the response she had to Biden’s last State of the Union Address, where she pointed out the stark differences between the vision for America’s future held by Republicans and that proposed by Democrats. Let’s just say that the former equals massive personal freedoms and economic liberty, while the other results in oppression by radical elites who are deluded into thinking that they can perfect the human race.
“In the radical Left’s America, Washington taxes you and lights your hard-earned money on fire. But you get crushed with high gas prices, empty grocery shelves, and our children are taught to hate one another on account of their race, but not to love one another or our great country,” she remarked in the GOP’s televised response to Biden’s speech. “The dividing line in America is no longer between Right or Left. The choice is between normal and crazy.”
There were rumors going around that the former president’s presidential campaign was not too happy with Sanders for holding out on an official endorsement for so long, likely because of the fact Trump is facing a rather crowded field of competition for the GOP nomination. However, Trump himself called the endorsement an “honor.”
“We had great success in the White House and it’s an honor to have Sarah’s endorsement,” Trump went on to say in a statement concerning the announcement Sanders would be supporting his bid for the presidency. “I look forward to having her at the big rally in Hialeah this Wednesday.”
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