Trump Gives Endorsement For Michigan Senate Candidate

President Donald Trump has announced that he is endorsing Michigan Senate candidate John James. James is a war veteran and businessman running to take on Senator Debbie Stabenow in November.

According to Fox News:

President Donald Trump on Friday endorsed John James in Michigan’s Republican primary for U.S. Senate, calling him a “spectacular” candidate with “such great potential.”

The 37-year-old African-American business executive and Iraq War helicopter pilot is running against detergent manufacturer Sandy Pensler in the Aug. 7 contest. The winner will advance to face third-term Democratic Sen. Debbie Stabenow in November.

Trump, who narrowly defeated Hillary Clinton in Michigan in 2016, tweeted that James — a political newcomer — is “SPECTACULAR. Rarely have I seen a candidate with such great potential.” He added that James is “strong on crime and borders, loves our Military, our Vets and our Second Amendment. He will be a star.”

Trump’s endorsement gave a big boost to James 10 days before the primary.

James has announced his support for President Trump and his agenda. He takes on businessman Sandy Pensler in the August primary.


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