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ALERT: President Trump Is Back In The Game! Here’s A List Of His Key Endorsements For 2022



President Trump may be out of office, but he’s not done with politics. 

Through his political action committee—the Save America PAC—President Trump has made several key endorsements for the 2022 election cycle.

Recent reports show that the PAC has $85 million behind it as we head into a competitive mid-terms, where the GOP hopes to take back the House and Senate from Democrat control.

The Trump endorsement means a lot to MAGA voters, and politicians everywhere know it. Trump told Newsmax “Everybody wants the endorsement because if they don’t get the endorsement they’re not going to win. For the most part, they’re not going to win.”

Here’s a list of the lucky candidates President Trump has endorsed so far:

John Boozman of Arkansas for U.S. Senate

Sen. John Boozman won't protest electoral vote, warns against undermining  Constitution | KATV

Mo Brooks of Alabama for U.S. Senate

Trump gives Mo Brooks 'complete and total endorsement' in Alabama Senate  race -

Mike Crapo of Idaho for U.S. Senate

Sen. Mike Crapo withdraws endorsement of Trump over 'locker room talk' -  East Idaho News

Tim Griffin of Arkansas for attorney general

Arkansas Lt. Gov. Tim Griffin drops gubernatorial campaign, to run for  attorney general | TheHill

Sarah Huckabee Sanders of Arkansas for governor

Sarah Sanders runs for governor of Arkansas in test of Trump brand

Jody Hice of Georgia for secretary of state

Rep. Jody Hice announces his Secretary of State campaign | City News |

Ron Johnson of Wisconsin for U.S. Senate

Ron Johnson (Wisconsin politician) - Wikipedia

John Kennedy of Louisiana for U.S. Senate

John Kennedy | United States senator [born 1951] | Britannica

Drew McKissick of South Carolina for GOP chairman

Drew McKissick - The S.C. Republican Party

Henry McMaster of South Carolina for governor

Trump offers early endorsement for loyal SC governor | KATV

Max Miller of Ohio for U.S. House

Trump looks to boost former administration officials in 2022 midterms - ABC  News

Jerry Moran of Kansas for U.S. Senate

Sen. Moran discusses efforts to bring more COVID vaccines to Kansas

Rand Paul of Kentucky for U.S. Senate

Rand Paul and Trump thrust fate of surveillance law into doubt - POLITICO

Marco Rubio of Florida for U.S. Senate

How Marco Rubio Has Avoided Donald Trump's Fire | Fortune

Tim Scott of South Carolina for U.S. Senate

The Note: GOP seeks to drag reluctant Trump to action on race - ABC News

David Shafer of Georgia for GOP chairman

Ga. State Senator David Shafer accused of sexual harrassment

As President Trump told supporters in his farewell address, “I want you to know that the movement we started is only just beginning.” 

These candidates will hopefully continue what President Trump started.