Even after defeating his own endorsement in the House election and starting a campaign to unseat her, former President Donald Trump congratulated the congressman on her primary victory.
Since she voted to certify the results of the 2020 presidential election and lambasted Trump in the aftermath of the January 6 Capitol disturbance, Trump has been loud in his opposition to Mace’s reelection. She, on the other hand, was not one of the ten House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump.
In an effort to eliminate all of his GOP detractors in Congress, the former president has endorsed a number of candidates against elected officials he hates in this year’s primary. In the race against Mace in South Carolina, Trump backed Katie Arrington, a former member of the South Carolina House of Representatives.
Despite his prior critiques of Mace, he agreed with Arrington on Tuesday night to concede the race, saying she would “easily” win reelection over Democrat Annie Andrews, who ran unopposed.
Trump GOP’s Nancy Mace- “Congratulations to Nancy Mace on easily defeating her Democrat opponent!” On Tuesday, Trump wrote. On May 28, 2022, Trump arrives in Casper, Wyoming, to deliver his speech.
“Katie Arrington was a long shot, but she ran a fantastic race and outperformed everyone. Congratulations to Nancy Mace, who is expected to easily defeat her Democrat opponent!” In a tweet on his social media network Truth Social, Trump said.
His remarks come only two days after his Save America PAC issued a statement claiming that Mace was “despised by practically everyone” in a last-ditch effort to elect her opponent.
Trump’s “entire legacy was wiped out” on January 6, Mace said in a CNN interview last year. However, she ultimately chose not to vote for his impeachment.
Despite her criticism of Trump in the aftermath of the Capitol incident, Mace reiterated her support for the former president, even travelling to New York City to film a video in front of Trump Tower and claiming that if Trump were to win the GOP nominee in 2024, she would vote for him. She also seemed to forgive Trump for endorsing Arrington, claiming that he was given “poor advice” that led to his choice.
But her efforts to evade Trump’s wrath appeared to be in vain, as the president continued to slam her, calling her “nasty” and “disloyal.”
‘I’m Gonna Win Without Him,’ Nancy Mace declares. Following Trump’s endorsement of a challenger,
“When she put her tail between her legs to make her notorious Trump Tower video, I hope she stopped by CNN to ask for a job, because she’ll need one by June 14th,” Arrington spokesperson Chris D’Anna said in a statement to Politico.
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Despite the fact that Mace was a top Trump target in this year’s midterm elections, she received the support of Nikki Haley, a former Trump loyalist who served as the United Nations Ambassador under his administration until falling out of favour with the previous president.