Trump has made a significant mark on this year’s Republican primaries, supporting dozens of candidates for state and local positions

Donald Trump celebrates a “big night” for the candidates he backed in Tuesday’s primary election – ignoring the seemingly fact that one of his closest allies in Congress, MP Madison Cowthorne, suffered devastating losses.

On Wednesday morning in a Truth Social message, the former president praised Pennsylvania republican primary candidates Dr. Mehmet Oz and Doug Mastrian, also congratulations North CarolinaTed Bud for winning it Senate primary race.

However, not a word about the 26-year-old Republican, whom Trump has twice supported, including asking voters on Monday to give Kotorna a “second chance”, despite the litany of scandals he has faced in recent weeks.

“Great evening for Trump-backed candidates last night. “Dr. Oz seems to have mine, despite the fact that my approval was published after many ballots had already been sent,” Trump wrote on his social media platform.

“It’s called a victory because of the back. It seems that in the last few weeks (sp), about 85 and 3. ‘

Probably Trump was referring to three candidates who failed to win despite his support, including Kawtorna.

‘The great victory of Ted Bada, the Arc of Maastrian, the whole of Arkansas, etc. Great races next week! ‘ – concluded the ex-president.

He reaffirmed his confidence in Oz’s victory in the Republican Senate primaries in Pennsylvania. However, as of Wednesday morning the race is still too close to call it.

The famous TV doctor is in a close relationship with the former manager of the hedge fund David McCormick, they share less than 3,000 votes and more than 90 percent of the counted ballots.

Two of Trump’s highest endorsements failed to dominate, as the ex-president had hoped.  Dr. Mehmet Oz is likely to run in the second round of elections in the Senate of the Pennsylvania Republican Party

And MP Madison Cowthorne nearly lost the re-election

Two of Trump’s highest endorsements failed to dominate, as the ex-president had hoped. Dr Mehmet Oz (left) is likely to run in the second round of the Pennsylvania Senate election, while MP Madison Kauthorn nearly lost the re-election

This race could move to a vote count between two candidates from Katie Barnett, a conservative military veteran who supports Trump, who is a little behind after the last-minute vote jump.

Partly behind its rapid rise in such a short period of time is the Growth Rights Club, a political organization that invested millions of dollars in Barnett’s initial bid just before election day.

Aiming at Barnett, Trump wrote on Truth Social: “The losing candidate who lost a lot of votes in the Oz country.”

“In addition, early ballots were sent by mail without my approval. Despite all this, Oz won! ‘

Trump achieved his best at the Republican governors’ primaries in Pennsylvania, where the senator from the state of Mastriana won a decisive victory over his opponents.

Mastriana, who was in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6 last year and has repeatedly questioned the 2020 presidential election, will now face Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro in the November by-elections.

In North Carolina, the former president has nominated a relatively unknown congressman out of obscurity to participate in Senate primaries to replace retired Republican Senator Richard Berr.

Trump described his major victories and reaffirmed his confidence that Dr. Oz would win the Republican Senate race in Pennsylvania

Trump described his major victories and reaffirmed his confidence that Dr. Oz would win the Republican Senate race in Pennsylvania

Bud secured an early victory in his race by defeating former Tar Hill Gov. Pat McCrory, despite falling behind him in early polls.

Trump’s support also managed to push former college footballer Bo Hines to victory in the 13th constituency of the North Carolina Congress.

Hines, a 26-year-old political newcomer, is often compared to Couthorne.

But the congressman, who has suffered from the scandals, did not garner the necessary votes to continue representing the adjacent 11th Congressional constituency, and conceded to State Senator Chuck Edwards late Tuesday night.

‘Congratulations [Chuck Edwards] about securing a nomination tonight, ”Cowthorne wrote on Twitter.

“It’s time for the NC-11 GOP to unite for a Republican ticket to defeat the Democratic nominee in November this year.”

Edwards said Cawthorne was “modest” and “cool” in his call for concessions, CNN reported.

– Literally a few minutes ago, Congressman Cawthorne called me. As I expected, he presented himself very stylishly and modestly and offered his support to our company in absolutely any way so that we could use him, ”Edwards told reporters.

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