Trump endorses Rep. Ted Budd for Senate The Hill

Trump endorses Rep. Ted Budd for Senate The Hill

She said that after consulting with her family and "a lot of soul-searching", and because she was raised to "give 100%" whenever working toward something, she had to pass up the opportunity. "But I am saying no for now, not no forever".

Former president Donald Trump has endorsed North Carolina Representative Ted Budd to run for U.S.

"You can't pick people who have already lost two races and do not stand for our values", Trump said.

Donald Trump, introduced Budd of North Carolina's 13th Congressional District, as "your next senator" to the crowd.

Out of office for more than four months and banned by the big social media platforms, the former president hopes to use such events to continue the "Make America Great Again" movement he started while in office.

Trump's endorsement of Budd, which came minutes after Lara Trump announced she would not be entering the primary field, appeared to catch some of his primary opponents in the audience by surprise.

Budd announced his candidacy back in April where he slammed "the radical left" and said President Biden was a 'weak leader'.

Thom Thillis (R-N.C.) win, we fought to keep the North Carolina legislature. Tillis won by less than one percentage point. Richard Burr, who is retiring at the end of his term.

The 2022 primary hopefuls are running to replace Republican Sen. Pat McCrory and former Rep. Mark Walker.

In sharp contrast, his personal blog struggled to gather even a fraction of those numbers when it launched, said NBC News, perhaps surprising Trump, the avid social media commentor.

Former Vice President Mike Pence addresses the annual Hillsborough County Lincoln-Reagan Dinner on Thursday night in Manchester, N.H. He called Jan 6 "a dark day" in the history of the U.S. Capitol.

Trump also took a moment to thank other potential challengers for holding off until it was decided whether Lara Trump was going to run or not.

Michael Ruiz is a US and World Reporter for Fox News.

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