President Trump picked up an endorsement Monday from Sen. Roger Marshall (R-KS).
Marshall is the 13th Senate Republican to endorse Donald Trump in the 2024 presidential election.
— New York Post (@nypost) November 20, 2023
The Kansas Republican urged the GOP to “unite” around President Trump and “end the political primary charade.”
“Farm country is struggling. Every day, the American dream is being pushed further out of reach. We need an America-first leader in the White House who fights for families in the Heartland and the values we live by. While others try to imitate him, only President Trump will put our country back on track,” Marshall said.
Farm country is struggling. Every day, the American dream is being pushed further out of reach. We need an America-first leader in the White House who fights for families in the Heartland and the values we live by.
While others try to imitate him, only President Trump will put…
— Dr. Roger Marshall (@RogerMarshallMD) November 20, 2023
“Since the day Joe Biden stepped foot in the Oval Office, this White House declared war on American agriculture and American energy independence in pursuit of their Green New Deal agenda and electric vehicle mandates,” Marshall commented, according to the New York Post.
“Joe Biden declared war on American sovereignty by opening our borders, ceding control to the cartels, allowing nearly 10 million illegal aliens into our country, and permitting lethal fentanyl to pour into our communities — killing 300 Americans a day,” he continued.
From the New York Post:
Congressional Republicans have hammered Biden, 81, for overseeing a 40-year high in inflation numbers during his first year in office and signing several executive orders to undercut American energy independence, which some said emboldened Russian President Vladimir Putin to invade Ukraine.
Others have harshly criticized his handling of a migrant crisis at the southern border, which has seen millions of undocumented immigrants flood into the country and strain state and local welfare programs.
Trump, 77, has already racked up endorsements from 12 other Senate Republicans, including National Republican Senatorial Committee Chairman Steve Daines (R-Mont.) and close allies such as J.D. Vance of Ohio and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina.
He is also supported by almost 80 House Republicans — and on Sunday won the endorsement of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, who praised the former president as a candidate who would “secure the border,” “restore law and order” and “restore world peace.”
Scott, 57, exited the Republican presidential primary on Nov. 12, saying he heard the message loud and clear from voters that now was not the time for him to move forward with his campaign.
He had received endorsements from Senate Minority Whip John Thune (R-SD) and Sen. Mike Rounds (R-SD) at the start of his presidential campaign in May but failed to gain traction in national polls.
Kansas Senator Marshall endorses President Trump just days after Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Texas Governor Greg Abbott did the same
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— DC_Draino (@DC_Draino) November 20, 2023
Another great endorsement for @realDonaldTrump!
Senator @RogerMarshallMD is one of the strongest conservatives in the senate and is a leader in the fight against the CCP.
He knows @realDonaldTrump is the only one who will hold the CCP accountable.
Thank you, Senator! pic.twitter.com/3HrzlkdlUH
— Alex Bruesewitz 🇺🇸 (@alexbruesewitz) November 20, 2023
Per Daily Caller:
“Amid Joe Biden’s totally absent leadership, he has also completely abandoned our Christian values and undermined our constitutional rights,” Marshall continued.Advertisement
“Farm country is struggling. Every day, the American dream is being pushed further out of reach. We need an America-first leader back in the White House who fights for families in the Heartland and the values we live by,” he said.
“While others may try to imitate him, only President Trump will put our country back on track on day one. It’s time for the GOP to unite behind President Trump. Let’s end the political primary charade and focus on retiring Joe Biden,” Marshall added.
Trump was just in Iowa over the weekend where he delivered a speech at Fort Dodge High School. He remains the frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination in all polls by large numbers.