Former President Donald Trump has had the winds of political favor at his back, and everyone that is running alongside him has faired almost as well.
According to a recent report by The Washington Examiner, the former president has gone 55-0 on endorsed candidates winning their primary elections for the upcoming midterms.
The Examiner reported that the most recent winner was “the surprising victory of Hillbilly Elegy author J.D. Vance,” who is a 37-year-old first-time candidate in the Ohio GOP primary.
“President Trump’s historic endorsement streak of success continues unabated,” former White House Political Director Brian Jack told Secrets today.
“He’s 55-0 in midterm primaries — undeniable proof that his endorsement is the most powerful endorsement in politics,” he added.
A recent Rasmussen Reports survey suggests that an endorsement from Trump is not only a valuable asset to a candidate but is much more valuable than one from the current President Joe Biden.
“Vance’s victory also was a win for Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, who has also joined in the endorsement business to back ‘America First’ candidates,” the Examiner reported.
Green congratulated Vance on his primary win today saying, “I’m building a team, and it’s not just in the House. We will have a team that exist in both chambers, and only serves the people. Which makes it far more effective than any America-Last squad could ever be.”
Thus far, Trump-endorsed candidates have won six primaries in Indiana, 16 in Ohio, and 33 in Texas, with many more state primaries scheduled in the coming months.