Former President Donald Trump enjoyed massive support in a Republican rally held in Texas on Saturday. The Republicans are endorsing Trump for 2024’s US elections. Trump has not cleared his candidature in the next elections. However, his supporters have not held back in extending the political support. Texas Tribune reports that Gov. Dan Patrick and Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller have announced their wish to see Trump running for president in 2024. Trump has garnered tremendous countrywide support and is a decorated figure among his followers.
Gov. Patrick Provides An All-Out Support For Trump
Texas Tribune quoted Pattrick; he said, “I don’t know what’s happening in 2024, but I have a feeling if 45 wants to be 47, America will lift him again.” Several Republicans still believe that 2020’s election results were manipulated and the data was unfair. Republicans are widely supporting Trump at present. Texas Tribune reports that Gov.
Gregg Abbot received public flack when called upon to speak before Trump. Trump supported Attorney General Ken Paxton against Land Commissioner George P. Bush, former state Supreme Court Justice Eva Guzman, and US Rep. Louie Gohmert.
Pattrick is at the forefront of endorsements for Trump, who appreciates the former’s public support. Trump also cleared the air regarding Gov. Gregg Abbott’s support after public trolling. Earlier, Trump ceased his allegations of unfair result manipulation and accepted his defeat against President Joe Biden in 2021. The Houston rally rejuvenated memories for the Republicans and served as a means to unite them for the next US elections.
Trump Addressed The Public In The Rally
Texas Tribune quoted Matt Rinaldi, the state’s party chair, who said, “The Republican Party of Texas now is no longer that weak and compromising party. We are the bold party of Donald Trump and will stay that way.” On the other hand, Trump promised fair treatment for false sufferers during the previous elections and assured few pardons. Many individuals received criminal charges from the present government due to non-compliance with rules after the change in power. The next couple of years are crucial for the political parties from the election standpoint. The candidates will leave no stone unturned in gaining public trust and support.