Former President Donald Trump has endorsed the campaign for the New Hampshire House and Senate for the third time, posting a message early in the morning on his Truth social media account.
In a message posted at 2:57 a.m. Monday, Trump endorsed Don Bolduc in the US Senate race against Democrat Maggie Hassan at the request of Republicans.
“Don Boldac asked for my support and he got it completely and completely. His opponents are a disaster in terms of crime, borders, inflation and everything else. To Don Boldac Please vote,” Trump wrote.
Trump nudged Bulldog by retracting his belief during the primary that Trump was the true winner of the 2020 presidential election. After winning the primary in September, Bulldog said he concluded the election was not stolen.
“He was a strong and proud ‘election naysayer’. That was a big reason he won the nomination, but then he denied it. He took the bus back after that, and it was all part of the NH election fraud.” It’s just part of it,” Trump wrote.
Trump’s Secretary of State Mike Pompeo also endorsed the Bulldog on Monday.
“He’s an outsider, a home man, who will serve his country and stand up to Mr. Biden,” Pompeo wrote. on his Twitter account.
Speaking on NH Public Radio’s debate, Bulldock said residents were concerned about school buses full of voters coming to vote in New Hampshire.
Trump also backed Caroline Leavitt in the 1st congressional district over Rep. Chris Pappas and Robert Burns in the 2nd congressional district with Annie Kuster.
Burns fully acknowledged Trump’s endorsement on his social media, but Levitt and Bulldog did not.
Will Trump’s endorsement make a difference in the cutthroat competition?
“Trump is a somewhat unusual case, given the controversy surrounding him, but endorsements usually don’t lead to results,” said Dean Spiriotes, SNHU Civic color and founder of NH Political Capitals. “They might help a little on the margins, but that’s about it. So I wouldn’t say they make a measurable ‘difference’ at this point.”
Bulldog was corrected on Monday by Pinkerton Academy in Delhi over comments he made during a campaign appearance in Claremont, where students identifying as cats were attending school and using the school-provided toilets. and was reported by CNN.
“We would like to assure our community that Mr. Bolduc’s statements are not entirely true. We urge all political candidates to speak with members of our administration or We invite you to visit our campus and learn about our school before making claims about what is happening here. on Twitter.
To reporter Dan Alexander, Dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com or Twitter @DanAlexanderNH