Trump Claims a 'Big and Successful Evening of Political Endorsements' Despite Losses in GA


Former President Donald Trump is touting the primary victories of candidates he endorsed in Texas, Arkansas, Alabama, and Georgia.

In a post on his social media platform Truth Social on Wednesday, Trump wrote, “A very big and successful evening of political Endorsements. All wins in Texas (33 & 0 for full primary list), Arkansas, and Alabama. A great new Senatorial Candidate, and others, in Georgia.”

“Overall for the ‘Cycle,’ 100 Wins, 6 Losses (some of which were not possible to win), and 2 runoffs. Thank you, and CONGRATULATIONS to all!” he added.

Check out some of the results below:


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In Arkansas, former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders handily won her primary election for governor with 83% of the vote.

Meanwhile Reps. Rick Crawford and Bruce Westerman won their primaries and State Sen. John Boozman won his.


Reps. Jerry Carl, Barry More, Mike Rogers, Robert Aderholt, and Gary Palmer all won their primaries.

However, Rep. Mo Brooks, who Trump endorsed and then un-endorsed, made it to a run-off election in his bid for the Senate.

Trump withdrew his endorsement after Brooks suggested it was time to move on from the 2020 election.

Brooks will now face off against Katie Britt on June 21.


The Lonestar State held a series of run-off primary elections in which Trump-backed candidates won.

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Attorney General Ken Paxton fended off a primary challenge from George P. Bush.

Meanwhile, Dawn Buckingham won his primary for land commissioner, Pete Flores won his primary election for State Senate, Federick Frazier won his election for the State House, and Phil Sorrells won his election for Tarrant District Attorney.


Despite successes in other states, Trump-backed candidates lost high-profile races in Georgia.

Gov. Brian Kemp, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, Attorney General Chris Carr, and Insurance Commission John King all fended off Trump-backed challengers.

Burt Jones, who received the former president’s endorsement and is running for lieutenant governor, was leading as of Wednesday morning, but the race was still too close to call.

Meanwhile, Reps. Buddy Carter, Andrew Clyde, Barry Loudermilk, Rick Allen, and Marjorie Taylor Greene all were endorsed by Trump and won their primaries.

Trump-backed Jake Evans and Vernon Jones are heading for run-off elections for Georgia’s 6th and 10th Congressional districts, respectively.

Trump-backed Hershel Walker easily won his Senate primary bid with a roughly 640,000 vote lead as of Wednesday morning.

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