September 26, 2022

Florida GOP welcomes Trump despite political pressure

The Florida Republican Party is unequivocally thrilled to have President Trump in their state — much to the chagrin of liberals and RINOs everywhere. They are unabashedly supportive of whatever events he wants to have, and they recognize him as the leader of their party.

President Trump moved to his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, after leaving the White House. He has established his southern command center and dubbed it “The Office of the Former President.”

Trump’s new office will handle his correspondence, activities, appearances, and public statements. The office will be used to advance the Trump agenda and the interests of the United States.

The vice-chairman of the Florida Republican Party, Christian Ziegler, told the Orlando Sentinel that President Trump “is our hometown president.”

Zeigler said that events would be built around Trump because the Florida GOP is the president’s party: “When he wants to have an event, we would build an event around him. If he wants to make any visits around the state, we will facilitate. It is his party.”

The Palm Beach County GOP hopes the former president will join them at their annual Lincoln Day Dinner at Mar-a-Lago in April. Chairman Michael Barnett said, if Trump “is available, I hope he comes down from the residence, says hi and speaks a little bit.”

President Trump met with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy this week at Mar-a-Lago to discuss the GOP’s future. Trump and McCarthy planned the Republican takeover of the House of Representatives in the 2022 midterms, which usually favor the party out of the White House.

Republican House members made tremendous gains in the 2020 election, shocking the Democrats and narrowing the Democrat majority to a mere 10 seats. McCarthy and most of the House GOP realizes that President Trump deserves credit for those gains, and the Trump agenda is what people voted for.

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