Despite all the attacks the left has thrown at Donald Trump, he has refused to throw in the towel. He is facing almost 100 criminal charges, based on the imaginations of Democrats, that could land him in prison for life.
Yet he is continuing to run his campaign for president. More than that, his lead within the GOP appears to be growing by the second.
Recently, he visited South Carolina, the home state of Republican rival Nikki Haley. He attended a college football game. And this is how the crowds treated him.
On Saturday, former President Donald Trump visited the home of fellow GOP presidential candidate Nikki Haley to attend a college football game between her alma mater, Clemson University, and its rivals, the University of South Carolina, in the annual Palmetto Bowl.
As often happens when the 2024 GOP frontrunner attends large sporting events, the crowd went wild, with cheers and applause heard from all over the stadium.
In the context of Trump visiting Haley’s home state amid the upcoming primary, spokesperson Olivia Perez-Cubas told the outlet that she is “the only candidate with momentum.” She added, “South Carolinians know their governor has what it takes to win because they’ve seen her beat the odds before — not just once, but twice.” [Source: The Post Millennial]
Imagine what would happen if Joe Biden stepped out on the field. pic.twitter.com/JpztdLOlqj
— Libby Emmons (@libbyemmons) November 26, 2023
President Trump is in a box at the Williams-Brice Stadium to watch the South Carolina vs Clemson game.
He waves to his supporters as they chant “U-S-A!” pic.twitter.com/DxVTtSgStX
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) November 26, 2023
Something tells me that Haley has as much momentum as a snail, at this point. Trump visited Haley’s alma mater, Clemson University. And he was greeted with wild cheers of support from the football game’s attendees.
This isn’t just an anomaly. Trump just secured major endorsements from South Carolina leaders.
On Saturday, former President Donald Trump’s campaign announced that he received 30 new endorsements from leaders in the South Carolina Republican party, including six state legislators who previously endorsed former Tim Scott (R-SC). [Source: The Post Millennial]
So, Tim Scott just dropped out of the race. But some of the people who had endorsed him refused to switch to Haley–who is also from South Carolina. Instead, they endorsed Donald Trump. The former president just nabbed 30 endorsements from South Carolina Republicans.
What did Haley’s spokesperson say about South Carolina voters? She’s the “only candidate” with momentum? Nobody told these South Carolina leaders that. Neither did anyone tell a stadium full of students cheering Trump’s name.
Author: Kit Fargo