Trump’s former press secretary Sarah Sanders just received a major boost in her chances of becoming the governor of Arkansas.
President Trump released a statement bashing the current governor of Arkansas in a letter and then the next day he hosted an event for Sarah Sanders’ campaign at Mar-a-Lago.
In Trump’s statement, he was quoted saying “Asa Hutchinson, the lightweight RINO Governor of Arkansas, just vetoed a Bill that banned the CHEMICAL CASTRATION OF CHILDREN,”.
Trump went on to praise Sanders stating “she has to be the easiest endorsement that I made”.
Here’s a special clip that was recorded at the event.
It looks like Trump hasn’t stopped fighting!
Here’s Trump’s statement on the current governor of Arkansas:
The Daily Mail covered Trump’s campaign event for Sanders and shared these details:
Donald Trump held a campaign event for his old press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders at Mar-a-Lago on Friday to endorse her gubernatorial run in Arkansas.
The former president, who has been seldom seen since leaving office and being banned from social media, appeared before a cheering crowd to endorse Sanders.
He praised her and boasted about how he won Arkansas ‘by so much’ in 2016 and 2020.
‘A special woman, this was so easy for me. This has to be the easiest endorsement that I made,’ he said.
MSN got the full scoop too:
Arkansas gubernatorial hopeful Sarah Sanders received a surprise appearance at a campaign event over the weekend by her ex-boss, former President Donald Trump
“Great weekend on the campaign trail featuring a surprise appearance at one of my events by President Trump!” Sanders said in a tweet, posting a photo of the two of them reunited.
Sanders, who served as White House press secretary from 2017 to 2019, has remained close to the former president, despite other administration officials who drifted or parted ways from Trump.
If Sanders gets into office she won’t be the first one in her family to be the governor of Arkansas.
Her father Mike Huckabee, served as governor of Arkansas from 1996 to 2007.
ARTICLE SOURCE : americanconservatives.today