Republican Senator: Republican Candidates Want Trump’s Endorsement, But ‘Will Win In Trouble’

Florida Sen. Rick Scott (R) said Sunday that Republican candidates want the backing of the former President TrumpDonald TrumpIsraeli officials say the United States should open a consulate for Palestinians in the West Bank Virginia’s loss reveals Democrats’ struggle with rural voters Sunday shows progress: House passes bipartisan infrastructure bill; Democrats suffer electoral losses in Virginia MORE, but “will win in trouble.”

During an appearance on NBC’s “Meet The Press,” Scott told the host Chuck toddCharles (Chuck) David Todd Officials, Legislators Express Optimism on Infrastructure, Spending Raffensperger Says He Would “ Gladly Participate ” in the Trump Election Investigation by Pressing Granholm on Slashed Spending Package Initiatives: “ The Fight not finished ” MORE he expects Democrats to remain “obsessed” with Trump, referring to the former Virginia governor. Terry McAuliffeTerry McAuliffe Warner Says ‘Things Could Have Been Different’ In Virginia Elections If Infrastructure Happened Before Warner: Youngkin ‘Stirred The Culture Pot’ On Issues Like Critical Race Theory Kaine: Democrats ‘Ruined Time’ of infrastructure, spending bills MOREThe (D) focus on Trump during his failed campaign.

“If you are a Republican, you want his support, but you are going to win on the issues. And if you listen Ron KlainRon Klain Tuesday’s Election Results Raise Questions About Biden’s Agenda White House ‘Confident’ Manchin Will Endorse Biden’s Reconciliation Framework To Meet With House Democrats Before Europe Trip: Report MOREand you listen Phil MurphyPhil Murphy Warner: Youngkin ‘stirred the culture pot’ on topics like critical career theory., they did not understand. What Americans are fed up with, they are fed up with inflation, ”Scott told Todd, referring to the White House chief of staff and the Democratic governor of New Jersey, respectively, who also appeared on the show.

“They are sick of their children being indoctrinated in their schools and they are sick of defunding the police. Those are the issues that people care about. So I think this obsession with Donald Trump will be good for Republicans next year. ”

Scott, chairman of the Senate Republican campaign arm, also said Republican candidates would be “foolish” if they didn’t want to and accept Trump’s endorsement.

“But you are going to win not because someone backs you, you are going to win because you focus on making sure inflation stops, making sure people get a job, making sure their children, your children are not indoctrinated in critical theory of race, making sure we have safe communities, ”Scott told Todd. “These are going to be the problems that people care about.”

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