LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – In a significant political development, Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders has officially endorsed former President Donald Trump in his bid for a second term in the White House.
In her statement, Sanders expressed her support, saying, “The current landscape isn’t about right versus left; it’s about normal versus chaotic, and President Biden and the Left seem to be embracing chaos.” She went on to emphasize the need to return to the policies of the Trump Era, which she believes contributed to a “safer, stronger, and more prosperous America.” In response to Sanders’ endorsement, the former president issued a statement, expressing his gratitude for her support.
Sanders, who previously served as the White House Press Secretary during Trump’s tenure before leaving the role in 2019, has remained a steadfast ally of the former president. She is scheduled to make an appearance at his rally in Hialeah, a city situated just outside of Miami, on Wednesday.
Notably, Trump’s decision to hold the rally in Hialeah has led him to opt out of participating in the third Republican presidential debate, which is concurrently taking place in Miami.