Mr. Trump said the Republican Party, along with Democratic Stacey Abrams as Governor of Georgia, “may have been better.”
The former president continues to delve into the current Governor of Georgia, Brian Kemp.
Last year, Kemp rejected Trump’s plea to overturn President Biden’s victory in Georgia.
Former President Donald Trump still has Georgia in his heart.
From now on-President Joe Biden Slightly won Trump, the state of last year’s presidential election Plunged Republican Governor Brian Kemp convenes a conservative-led state legislature to overturn the outcome Pressured Republican Secretary of State Brad Rafence “finds” additional votes to ensure a state-wide victory.
Trump’s appeal was rejected, but he continues attack Both men for what he is To tell Unfair election process in the state, withholding Kemp’s support in the 2022 re-election campaign Supporting Congressman Jody Hice Republican Secretary of State in the primary elections for La Fence Purger.
In 2018, Kemp’s Democratic opposition was former State House minority leader and electoral activist Stacey Abrams.
Trump was a stubborn supporter of Kemp in his first race, but his good intentions have been exhausted ever since.
During his first post-presidential rally in Ohio on Saturday, the former president Suggestion Abrams may have been a better choice for Republicans than Kemp.
“By the way, if she wanted to know the truth, she might have beaten the Governor of Georgia,” Trump said. “If she won, there might have been a better governor.”
Trump has not approved a lesser-known candidate against Kemp in the Republican primary, but the former president could play a decisive role in the near future of the Parties.
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