Trump holds rally in Georgia and escalates war with state Republican leaders

Trump holds rally in Georgia and escalates war with state Republican leaders

Donald Trump speaks at a rally on September 25, 2021 in Perry, Georgia.

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The ex-president Donald trump Return to Georgia on Saturday to endorse a trio of his loyal supporters as Republican candidates for the 2022 elections, deepening the internal gap among Republicans in that state that helped fuel Democratic victories in the 2020 elections.

Trump took center stage at a rally at the Georgia National Fairgrounds in Perry, and pushed to continue remodeling the Republican Party from that state to its form, repeating the falsehoods about widespread electoral fraud in past elections, according The Atlanta Journal Constitution.

Trump despised the secretary of state in his speech Brad Raffensperger and rated the lieutenant governor Geoff duncan of “terrible.”

But he reserved his toughest attack for the governor Brian Kemp, for rejecting your requests to advance a review of the results of the 2020 elections in Georgito.

The visit of Trump served for the former president to publicly endorse three Republican candidates who aspire to fill high positions in the government of Georgia in the next elections.

Democrats mocked the event from afar, funding a banner from an airplane promoting President Joe Biden‘s agenda.

Trump renewed his support for Herschel Walker, who recently launched a campaign for the Senate. Trump had urged the former soccer player to challenge Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock.

He also recommended to Jody I did, Trump’s election against Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.

Rounding out the trio was the state senator Burt jones, one of the first Trump supporters to push for measures to overturn Biden’s victory in Georgia and who is running for lieutenant governor.

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