Former Trump officials watch bids for political office

Former Trump administration officials are testing the waters for a political office, pointing out the former president’s enduring influence over the Republican Party as he seeks a post-Trump identity.

Cliff Sims, the former deputy of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) who is close to several members of the Trump family, is seriously considering entering the race to replace retired Senator Richard Shelby Richard Craig Shelby The Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by The AIDS Institute – COVID-19 bailout bill is a test of unity for Slovenian Dems Trump ambassador Lynda Blanchard leaps into the Alabama Senate race. Iowa Republican Announces Senate Offer with Unclear Grassley Plans for 2022 MORE (R-Ala.). Trump’s former ambassador to Slovenia, Lynda Blanchard, one of Trump’s top donors, has already entered those primaries as a “proud member of the MAGA movement.”

In Pennsylvania, where Senator Pat ToomeyPatrick (Pat) Joseph ToomeyPhilly, GOP Commissioner on Censorship: “ I would suggest censoring Republican elected officials who lie ” Toomey censored by several Pennsylvania County GOP impeachment committees votes Toomey on Trump’s vote: ‘His betrayal of the Constitution’ …

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