Donald is still the heart and soul of the Republican party.
The Never-Trumpers are hoping to shut down Trump’s influence.
But he was grinning from ear to ear after this major victory.
The battle for the future of the Republican party is heating up.
Primary season is underway for the Midterm elections this fall.
After President Trump left office, the Never-Trumpers hoped they could retake control.
GOP primaries have become ground zero for future direction of the party.
America First conservatives have been pitted against establishment Republicans who hope to take the GOP back to the days of Mitt Romney.
President Trump may be out of office but he’s still trying to shape the direction of the GOP.
He has endorsed candidates and started holding rallies to support them.
But the establishment tried to plant doubts about Trump’s support within the GOP.
They questioned if primary voters would still respond to Trump’s endorsement.
Now, the Never-Trumpers have suffered a resounding loss after the first wave of primaries on the calendar.
President Trump after primaries in Texas, Indiana, and Ohio is an incredible 55-0 on his endorsements.
This includes five candidates in Texas who are in runoff elections for their primaries after the first round of voting.
“We count runoffs as a win too — they didn’t lose,” a Trump adviser remarked.
This is proof positive that the GOP base is still firmly behind President Trump despite the hype that Republicans might be abandoning him.
Former White House Political Director Brian Jack touted Trump’s endorsement success to the Washington Examiner.
“President Trump’s historic endorsement streak of success continues unabated,” Jack stated.
“He’s 55-0 in midterm primaries – undeniable proof that his endorsement is the most powerful endorsement in politics,” he added.
The power of President Trump’s endorsement was most notable in the primary for Ohio senate.
After a late endorsement from Trump, political outsider J.D. Vance scored a come from behind victory winning by nearly 10 points.
Vance was consistently trailing in the polls before the Trump endorsement with some pollsters showing him languishing in 4th place.
But Vance’s campaign caught fire after the Trump endorsement, propelling him to victory.
A seething Karl Rove took to the Wall Street Journal to cope, proclaiming, “Vance’s Ohio Senate Victory Isn’t a Big Win for Trump.”
But in the article, he reluctantly admitted that, “Mr. Trump’s endorsement made the critical difference.”
Trump’s streak of successful primary victories proves his America First movement isn’t going away.
As he hints at another run at the White House, it’s clear his support from Republicans hasn’t eroded.
These victories are the latest sign that his support among the grassroots is still strong.
Between Trump’s three PAC’s, he’s raised over $19 million this year powered by small dollar donations.
As primary season continues, President Trump will still have the most sought-after endorsement for Republicans.
Stay tuned to Conservative Underground News for any updates to this ongoing story.