Trump endorses MAGA’s nominee for governor of Arizona, criticizes incumbent Republican Governor Doug Ducey
previous president Donald Trump The Republican Party endorsed “MAGA” after the Republican Governor of Arizona Doug Ducey He said he would not support the “de-certification” of the 2020 presidential election.
Trump on Tuesday said he supports GOP candidate Carrie Lake, a former television news anchor, while he criticized Dossey and praised Blake for her commitments to “election integrity” and the “mag movement.” On Friday, Ducey tweeted that the 2020 result would not be withdrawn after the results of the controversial Maricopa County scrutiny once again confirmed that Trump had been clearly defeated by the president. Joe Biden.
“Carrie Lake is running for Governor of Greater Arizona,” Trump said in a statement. “She’s a wonderful person who has spent many years working as a highly respected TV anchor and journalist. For this reason, few can handle fake news media like Carrie. She is strong in fighting crime, and she will protect our borders, Second Amendment, Military, Vets, He will fight to restore the integrity of the elections (past and future!).”
“She’s against Covid lockdowns, abolition of culture, and she’s going to end the ‘wake up’ curriculum in our schools. She’s going to do a much better job than RINO Governor Doug Ducey – and it won’t even be a contest!” he added. “Carrie would make her wonderful family, and the MAGA movement so proud. Carrie Lake has earned my full and total endorsement. She will be a wonderful governor for the wonderful people of Arizona!”
Since his resignation as a news anchor in Phoenix Fox KSAZ station and announced her candidacy earlier this year, Lake has led protests against COVID-19 mask mandates and worked to nurture engagement with Trump while endorsing his false claims of winning the 2020 election.
Recent polls have shown Lake leading the way among the Republican candidates, while the top-voted Democratic challenger and likely opponent in the general election is Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, an outspoken opponent of Trump and his repeated allegations of voter fraud.
Ducey has served as Arizona’s governor for two consecutive terms since 2015 and is ineligible to run for a third consecutive term under state law. Although his political future is unclear, the governor has already announced that he will not run for the US state of Arizonaنتخابات Senate seat in 2022.
Trump became nervous about Dossey after losing Arizona and indicated that he would not support his hypothetical nomination for the Senate, despite endorsing the governor in 2018 and appearing with him during the 2020 presidential campaign hiatus. His failure to perform voter fraud in Arizona.”
Although no evidence of widespread fraud was revealed by the Maricopa County audit, which was conducted at the behest of the state Senate, which is controlled by Trump supporters. Republicans, the former president and some of his loyalists claimed otherwise. Dossi made it clear that there would be no way to reverse the election results even if the process yielded evidence.
“There will be no decertifications for the 2020 election – the review does not require a single action, and even if it did, there is no legal way to revoke these certifications,” Ducey wrote on Twitter on Friday. “Since we have every step of the way, Arizona will follow the law.”
NEWSWEEK I reached out to Ducey’s office for comment.