Former President Donald Trump is maintaining his phenomenal track record of getting endorsed candidates elected with the latest round of primaries earlier this week, with two losses in Georgia but wins in Virginia and Alabama.
Through June 22, Trump’s record is 133-10 in primary races, including some races where incumbents were unseated.
Trump-Republican Katie Britt secured the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in Alabama, beating out Republican Rep. Mo Brooks, for example. Brooks was not an incumbent in the Senate but is in the House.
Trump-endorsed candidates went 3-0 in Virginia, too.
It seems that Trump has plenty of support left in the Republican party, based on these results. Or at least, he knows how to pick ’em.
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