Donald Trump, looking to solidify his hold on the Republican Party ahead of November’s legislative elections, went to campaign on Saturday in Alaska for Sarah Palin, this American populist figure who, according to many observers, paved the way for him.

Unsurprisingly, he continued to keep the mystery of his candidacy in 2024 and take home his conspiracy theory about a stolen victory by Joe Biden in the last presidential election. “The elections have been rigged, stolen and our country is systematically destroyedThe former Republican president said on the platform. “I’ve been nominated twice, I’ve won twice“, He threw to the crowd gathered at a stadium in Anchorage. “And now … I may have to do it again.

He had come to support Sarah Palin, the former governor of the US state, one of the first figures of the populist and anti-elite movement that Donald Trump supported.

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Populist shift

Sarah Palin, 58, is running for Alaska’s only seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, vacant following the sudden death of Republican Don Young, who held it for 49 years.

He has played a key role in the populist turn of the Republican Party over the past decade, intending to wrest the votes of the white people’s electorate from the Democrats, the party of current president Joe Biden.

This conservative Christian suddenly found herself in the spotlight when she was chosen by Republican presidential candidate John McCain as her running mate in the 2008 election.

His rise, many observers say, paved the way for Donald Trump’s rise to the White House, which he won eight years later.

Sarah Palin told audiences that she had supported him since the start of her campaign in 2016, because the New York billionaire had also supported her before.

“Wait”

He wrote me a note and said: wait!” he said.

All 435 members of the American House of Representatives will have to be renewed during the mid-term elections on November 8th.

Donald Trump is trying to solidify his hold on the Republican Party by supporting candidates in his favor against those on the more moderate Republican right in the primaries, with mixed fortunes so far.

Trump also came to support candidate Kelly Tshibaka, who wants to dethrone Lisa Murkowski, one of the rare Republican senators to have voted in favor of impeaching Donald Trump in January 2021, following the assault on Capitol Hill.

In his speech, the billionaire beat up Lisa Murkowski, highlighted the sound economy under his tenure, welcomed recent Supreme Court rulings, and blew up the “resounding failureof the presidency of Joe Biden.


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