– Trump is campaigning in Alaska to support Sarah Palin
The former US president supported former state governor Sarah Palin in Alaska on Saturday, now a candidate for the House of Representatives.
Donald Trump campaigned in Alaska on Saturday for Sarah Palin, the former governor of the North American state that many consider a pioneer of the populist and anti-elitist movement that the former Republican president has won. Sarah Palin, 58, is running for Alaska’s only seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, which has been vacant since the sudden death of Republican Dan Young of 49 years.
Like Donald Trump, he has played a key role in the Republican Party’s populist shift over the past decade in an effort to appeal to the working class. The Christian conservative suddenly found himself in the spotlight when he was chosen as his running mate by Republican presidential nominee John McCain in the 2008 election. Many observers paved the way for Donald Trump’s return to the White House eight years later.
Palin has been supporting Trump since 2016
Sarah Palin is backing the baseless fraud allegations branded by Donald Trump, who says the 2020 presidential victory was “robbed” by Democrats in several key states. “In Alaska, we don’t have to worry because we won,” the former president told a crowd at a stadium in Anchorage.
Sarah Palin told the public that she supported Donald Trump from the start of his campaign in 2016 because the New York billionaire supported her when she and her family were in the spotlight.
“He wrote me a note and told me: wait!” Did she say All 435 members of the US House of Representatives are up for renewal during the midterm elections next November 8. Donald Trump is trying to strengthen his hold on the Republican Party by backing candidates he favors against the more moderate Republican right wing in the primaries.