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And his support was also very strong in Pennsylvania, where Republicans are now stuck in the gubernatorial race with Doug Mastriano, a state senator who has argued that women who abort relatively early in a pregnancy should be charged with murder.

General elections are another kind of competition, where Trump’s name can be a little less, uh, appealing. Wisconsin watchers couldn’t help but notice that once Tim Michels won the Republican gubernatorial nomination, his campaign website deleted all references to “Endorsed by President Trump.” , to put them back in place an hour later. Such is the life of Trump’s sidekick.

In New York, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Kathy Hochul can’t help but remind voters enough that her opponent, Lee Zeldin, has Trump’s backing. Zeldin, who was happy that Trump appeared at a fundraiser in September, now likes to focus on crime, and you probably won’t hear the 45th president’s name in his ads unless Trump gets mugged on Park Ave.

Even when he’s not promoting anyone, Trump is…staying in touch. It is difficult to avoid his e-mails, the vast majority of which ask for money. My absolute favorite, who arrived last month, announced that he “just couldn’t wait to bring you this EXCITING NEWS”.

Who was – wait:

“I WAS NAMED THE #1 PRESIDENTIAL GOLFER IN HISTORY! »

The name was a conservative website called DC Enquirer. We won’t mention the vastly different opinion of experts like sportswriter Rick Reilly, who wrote about Trump’s game in his book “Commander in Cheat.”

But our former president shared this exciting news to remind us that “we still have a few boxes of our LIMITED EDITION Trump golf balls left.” A collector’s item!

You can get any of these things by clicking on a box and making a contribution – choose any amount you want, though this vibrant blue $250 box does a special happy dance. All the money goes to Trump’s own personal campaign fundraising operation, which cynics might just call Donald’s piggy bank. From which he shelled out more than $13 million for TV ads in the past month to help his fellow Republicans.

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