Donald Trump, GOP Senators Show Unified Front in D.C.: ‘I’m with Them 1,000%; They’re with Me 1,000%’

The former president Donald Trump said that he was “1,000%” behind the Senators he met with on Thursday at the National Republican Senatorial Committee. They also declared that they were “1,000%” with him.

Trump made brief remarks to the NRSC, Washington, DC, following a meeting with Republican Senators and a separate, “unifying” session with House Republicans.

This is a great group of people. I agree with them 100 percent, and they are with me 100 percent. “We agree on almost everything and if not, we will work out the differences,” he said.

“And…I have a great relationship with everyone here, with all the senators, and with almost everybody else.” “And if it was not fantastic, we will work it out. We have only one goal in mind: making our country great,” said he.

They don’t want me talking about it.

The “campaign experts” tell me not to talk about abortion. They say it’s “too divisive.” “Just focus on the economy.” But I can’t stay silent. The lives of the preborn matter to me just as much today as before Roe was overturned! I’m Pastor Micah Beckwith. If you want leaders in our government that will protect the preborn, then help me win today!

They don’t want me talking about it.
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Trump told GOP senators that they would either be re-elected or re-elected again. He also predicted “great success.”

Among those present were Republican Senate Conference chairman John Barrasso, (RWY), NRSC Chairman Steve Daines (RMT), and Senators. Josh Hawley, J.D. Vance (R – OH), Roger Marshall R – KY, Ted Cruz R – TX and Chuck Grassley R – IA.

The map favors the Republicans and is unfavorable for Democrats in this election cycle.

Currently, Democrats (and the independents that caucus alongside them) hold a 51-49 majority. If Trump were to win the White House, Republicans would need a net increase of one seat in order to gain control of the chamber. A Republican vice president would then have the tie-breaking power.

Republicans can win nine of the seats that are currently held by Democrats. The two best chances for Democrats to take a GOP seat, however, are long-shots. The two most likely candidates are Senators Cruz and Rick Scott (R-FL), who represent the red states Florida and Texas. Cruz (R-FL) and Rick Scott.

Daines said to Breitbart News that in February 2023, this shows “how good a map it is for them”.

Republicans are vying for seats currently held by Democrats in West Virginia (including Montana), Ohio, Pennsylvania, Arizona and Michigan, Wisconsin.