Janice McGeachin has been arguably the most extreme candidate that the former president has endorsed in the midterms.
Trump doubled down on his endorsement of Mehmet Oz, the moderate Republican in Pennsylvania's race, as he objected to Kathy Barnette's bid.
The former president is endorsing more incumbents than ever. That should pay off.
Mississippi pastor Shane Vaughn said he coined a term for Republicans turning on Trump: "TINOs" or "Trump in Name Only."
Frustrated Republicans are calling Trump's Senate pick a "RINO' and urging voters to cast their ballot for a more conservative candidate.
Trump-endorsed Representative Alex Mooney opposed Trump's positions 23 times in House votes, compared with his opponent David McKinley's 15.
The former president has maintained a 55-0 streak when it comes to picking the winning candidates in primaries.
Dolan has called on the former president to move on from his claims of voter fraud during the 2020 election.
The former president's endorsement in three key senate races drew the ire of some of his supporters.
The former governor dismissed the idea that Trump makes endorsements based on political analysis as "sophistry."
"On April 15, 2022, President Trump made a terrible decision and endorsed JD Vance for Senate," Ohio Value Voters said in calling for the rally boycott.
"Your compromises have failed and people are suffering because of your ambition," Sarandon told Jayapal for endorsing an incumbent House Democrat from Ohio.
Trump said the former Alaska Governor brought McCain's 2008 presidential bid "out of the dumps" while showing his support for her congressional bid.
"When you endorse somebody, you endorse somebody based on principle," Trump said of Brooks. "If he changed that principle, I would have no problem doing that."
Crump's endorsement comes in contrast to that of Representative Jim Clyburn, who is vouching for J. Michelle Childs to replace Justice Breyer.
"There's no way I'm going to endorse this guy for governor if he doesn't even believe the election was stolen," Lindell told Newsweek.
The former president was responding to a "This Week" panel who said that Trump's backing "doesn't do much to help" candidates.
As Trump teases a 2024 run for the White House, in the meantime he's issued dozens of endorsements in federal races ahead of November's midterm elections.
Murkowski, who voted to impeach Trump for inciting the January 6 insurrection, is one of several Republicans that the ex-president is hoping to oust in 2022.
"The only reason Senator 'Gloomy' Pat Toomey is not running for the Senate in Pennsylvania is that I would not give him an endorsement," Trump wrote.
The former president has made several post-presidential endorsements, which will test the strength and endurance of his political influence.
"I personally have ranked Scott Stringer number two and I think he's also a really strong candidate from a policy perspective," the congresswoman revealed on Tuesday.
"Elise Stefanik is a far superior choice, and she has my COMPLETE and TOTAL Endorsement for GOP Conference Chair. Elise is a tough and smart communicator!" Trump said.
"I think all of those people that we endorse are going to go on to victory," the former president said Tuesday.
The pop-culture icon shared an Instagram post on Monday wearing a face mask promoting Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
With less than a week to go until the election, the hip hop world has been thrown into a state of political disarray as a number of prominent artists have controversially voiced their support for Donald Trump.
The rapper tweeted Thursday that he approved of the White House's Platinum Plan for Black Americans after a positive meeting with the president—and the internet has let rip.
Lil Jon resisted a Thursday social media call to express support for President Donald Trump as performers Lil Wayne and Lil Pump have done.