Trump Secures Another Major Endorsement 

Daily Report January 20,2024

Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) dealt former Gov. Nikki Haley (R-SC) a huge blow after the lawmaker endorsed former President Donald Trump during a Friday New Hampshire campaign event.

According to Breitbart News, Scott’s endorsement could mean the end of Haley’s presidential campaign as it was the former governor who first nominated the lawmaker to the Senate in 2012.

Scott, while speaking at the New Hampshire campaign event, highlighted all the reasons why the country needs the former president to take back the White House in 2024.

“We need a president who will close our southern border today: We need Donald Trump. We need a president who will unite our country: We need Donald Trump. We need a president who will protect your Social Security and my mamma’s Social Security: We need Donald Trump. We need a president today who will stop the crime and recklessness in the streets. We need a president who will restore law and order: We need Donald Trump. We need a president who will lower our taxes and not raise our taxes: We need a president like Donald Trump,” Scott said before the crowd started finishing his sentences. “We need a president who understands the American people are sick and tired of being sick and tired: We need [Donald Trump]. We need a president our foreign adversaries are afraid of and our allies respect: We need [Donald Trump]. You see, we need a president who doesn’t see black or white. We see a president who sees Americans as one American family: We need [Donald Trump]. And that’s why I came to the very warm state of New Hampshire to endorse the next president of these United States: President Donald Trump.”

Trump expressed his delight at securing the endorsement of the GOP senator, adding that Scott is a “very, very good man and a very respected man.”

“Having his endorsement means a lot. We have tremendous numbers of endorsements; they’re pouring in right now, but having Tim is very important,” Trump added.

Scott’s endorsement of Trump came just days after the former president’s record-breaking win at the Iowa caucus on Monday night. The former president secured more than 50% of the votes, strengthening his grip on the Republican 2024 presidential ticket.

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