Wyoming senators who voted against certifying Pennsylvania’s 2020 election results outspokenly endorse DeSantis as Republican ‘leader’

Cynthia Lumis

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  • Politico’s Burgess Everett asked Sen. Cynthia Ramis if she supports the Trump campaign in 2024.

  • Lumis said he was asking the wrong question, calling DeSantis the “leader of the Republican Party.”

  • She voted against proving the PA’s 2020 election results, acquitting Trump in a second round of impeachment.

Wyoming Sen. Cynthia Ramis when asked if she would endorse Donald Trump in the new presidential election.

When asked if he would endorse the Trump campaign in 2024, the Republican senator told Politico reporter Burgess Everett, “I don’t think that’s the right question.” mosquito?”

“Oh, I know who it is,” Lumis added. “Ron DeSantis,” she said, answering her own question, citing Trump’s political rivals.

Lumis said to be her ‘Pinch your nose’ when voting for Trump in 2016 the then president approved During the 2020 Election — Support Wyoming Senator Said He Was “Honored” To Receive

“Now more than ever it’s important to follow President Trump’s lead and put America first!” Lumis said after accepting Trump’s political endorsement.she followed vote against authentication The 2020 presidential election will be held in Pennsylvania. voted to acquit trump During the second impeachment trial following the January 6 attack on the Capitol.

Lumis’ reversal of her endorsement of Trump republican politician When media figure He became more vocal in his criticism of the former president: Overwhelming Republican Performance during this year’s midterm exams. DeSantis’ victory over his Democratic opponent by nearly 20% of his further strengthened his supporterssees the governor of Florida as a viable conservative alternative to Trump.

When asked for additional details about Lumis’ endorsement of DeSantis, the senator’s representative told an insider that her “remarks stand on their own and have no further comment.”

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