Former President Trump Celebrates ‘All’ Support Win in Primary: ‘Great Candidate!’

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Former President Donald Trump Tuesday evening celebrated “all wins” from his favorite in the primary race — a tongue-in-cheek statement that may have included his sarcastic “support” of Democrats.

Former President, who endorsed a handful of candidates 2022 mid-term season, Gave information about the victory on his social platform Truth Social.

“All looks like a wonderful evening of victories – great candidate!!!” Trump wrote on Tuesday evening.

He later added: “26 and 0 tonight, turned several hard races into big and easy wins. Overall for the last 4 years, 98.4% on endorsements!”

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Former President Donald Trump poses during a rally at the DeltaPlex Arena in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
(Drew Anger/Getty Images)

Trump jokingly backed Democratic candidates like Dan Goldman, who won his New York primary on Tuesday night. Trump wrote in a Truth Social post last week, “It’s a great honor for me to strongly support him.”

“I’m doing this not because he headed the impeachment committee and lost, but because he was respectable, fair and extremely intelligent,” Trump said.

In a more serious endorsement, Congressman Matt Gaetz of the Trump-backed Florida Republican defeated former FedEx executive Mark Lombardo in a primary on Tuesday evening. Got the win despite Goetz falling short Investigation into allegations of sex trafficking in relation to the minor.

Members of the House Freedom Caucus, who deny the allegations, received Trump’s endorsement on Saturday. The former president called him “a tireless fighter for the incredible people of Florida’s first congressional district!” Told.

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President Donald Trump, right, with Rep. Matt Getz, R-Fla., left, arrives for Game 5 of the World Series Baseball game between the Houston Astros and the Washington Nationals at National Park in Washington.  (AP Photo/Andrew Harnick, FILE)

President Donald Trump, right, with Rep. Matt Getz, R-Fla., left, arrives for Game 5 of the World Series Baseball game between the Houston Astros and the Washington Nationals at National Park in Washington. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnick, FILE)

Meanwhile, Representative Markwayne Mullin of Oklahoma defeated banking executive T.W. Shannon in the Republican primary run-off election for the U.S. Senate seat of Oklahoma.

The Oklahoma Senate seat opened when Jim Inhofe announced he was retiring earlier this year. If he wins in November, Mullin will serve the remaining four-year term of Inhofe.

Trump’s Florida backed Tuesday night primary races including Kat Camac, John Rutherford, Marco Rubio, Gus Billirakis, Neil Dunn and Anna Paulina Luna.

Markwain Mullin (R-OK) was endorsed by former President Trump for the Republican Senate primary.

Markwain Mullin (R-OK) was endorsed by former President Trump for the Republican Senate primary.
(Courtesy of Representative Mullin’s office)

Other Trump-backed Florida Republican winners included incumbent Congressman Vern Buchanan, Greg Stub, Scott Franklin, Byron Donalds, Brian Mast, Mario Diaz-Balart and Carlos Jimenez.

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Trump-backed New York victors include incumbent Republican congressmen Nicole Malliotakis, Alice Stefnik and Representative Claudia Tenney.

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