Trump blew 2024 wide open with this major announcement

Everything is on the line this November. Former President Trump has a plan to win it all.

And Trump just blew 2024 wide open with this major announcement.

Joe Biden and the Democrats might be making an utterly massive mistake that Donald Trump is seeking to capitalize on. That mistake relates to the 2024 election cycle, particularly the U.S. Senate seats that are up for grabs this go-around.

The Democrat Party has been focusing on the battle for the White House, as millions upon millions of dollars have been pouring in for Joe Biden’s re-election campaign as he looks to be set for a rematch against former President Donald Trump.

U.S. Senate races, however, have been seemingly forgotten by the Democrat Party. The major reason for that may very well be that maintaining control of the Senate chamber is a very tall task for the Democrats in 2024 as they have to defend twice as many seats as the Republicans are defending.

Donald Trump knows this and is pouring salt on their wound. He’s made a major Senate endorsement that could clinch success for him and his allies in the Congressional upper chamber.

Former President Donald Trump took to his Truth Social account this week to give a glowing endorsement of Republican candidate Mike Rogers for Michigan’s Senate seat that’s up for grabs as the sitting Democrat, Debbie Stabenow, retires.

President Trump called him a “highly respected congressman” and said that Rogers will work with him to pass “America First Policies.”

“Mike has served his Country during a career loaded up with accolades and wins, from the Army to Congress, and now, hopefully, the U.S. Senate,” Trump shared with his Truth Social followers.

“Mike will work closely with me to enact our America First Policies. He will tirelessly fight to Secure the Border, Stop Inflation, Grow the Economy, Strengthen our Military/Veteran Support, and Protect and Defend our always under siege Second Amendment. Mike Rogers will be a Great and Powerful Senator for Michigan, and has my Complete and Total Endorsement. HE KNOWS HOW TO WIN!”

Mike Rogers faces opposition from former Republican House Representatives in Peter Meijer as well as Justin Amash. Both of these men voted to impeach Donald Trump, and Justin Amash has since left the Republican Party.

Mike Rogers, on the other hand, happily endorsed Donald Trump for president Back in January of this year.

The leading Republican candidate for Michigan’s Senate seat shared with reporters a statement thanking Donald Trump for his glowing endorsement.

“Thank you, Mr. President! Excited to get to work with you to Get America and Michigan Back on Track!” Rogers’ statement read.

Some tried and true conservatives in Congress like Rand Paul and Thomas Massie have voiced concerns for Donald Trump’s endorsement of Mike Rogers for U.S. Senate. They say Rogers is one of the leading “RINOs” who can’t be trusted and is really just another D.C. Swamp creature that Americans don’t need in office.

The Democrats are in the unenviable position of trying to fight tooth and nail for a president incumbent in Joe Biden who is severely underwater in the polls and in his approval rating surveys.

In fact, at the time of writing, Donald Trump’s average lead over Joe Biden has been about 4 points in national polls.

Ignoring the U.S. Senate is a strategic move, no doubt. It may be the “right” move, politically speaking. But the reality is that Trump is leading Joe Biden in all the national polls and is the favorite, as of now, to win a second term in the White House.

At the end of all this, Democrats could be left with nothing to show for their millions of fundraising dollars if Donald wins the White House and Republicans storm back to take control of the U.S. Senate.

Oh how the tables have turned.

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

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