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Bad Night For Trump as Cawthorn, McGeachin Lose, Oz Race too Close to Call in PA

Bad Night For Trump as Cawthorn, McGeachin Lose, Oz Race too Close to Call in PA

Donald Trump often boasts about the power of his endorsements, bragging when he wins and ignoring the times he loses. He’s had some wins so far in 2022, like JD Vance in Ohio. He also had a big loss when Charles Herbster fell in Nebraska. That mixed bag for Trump continued on Tuesday night.

SELMA, USA – APRIL 9: Former US President Donald Trump holds a rally sponsored by Save America with Ted Budd, Madison Cawthorn, Bo Hines, Dan Bishop, Mark Robinson and Greg Murphy in Selma, NC, on April 9, 2022. (Photo by Peter Zay/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

The biggest loser of the night was Super-MAGA North Carolina Rep. Madison Cawthorn. The Republican has faced constant scandals, all of his own making. The situation got so bad that Trump was reportedly considering pulling his endorsement. In the end, the former President asked voters to give Cawthorn a second chance. They refused to do so, though, as Chuck Edwards won the 11th District primary.

In Idaho, Trump backed Janice McGeachin in the governor’s race. McGeachin, the Lieutenant Governor in the state was taking on current governor Brad Little in the Republican primary. Just a few months ago, she recorded a video statement that was played during a White Nationalist conference. Despite this, she earned Trump’s backing. Little is leading McGeachin by more than 20 points.

The most important race for Trump is in Pennsylvania. Kathy Barnette is out of the 3 person race, but Dr. Mehmet Oz and David McCormick are still slugging it out. McCormick led for much of the night, but Oz took a razor-thin lead late. If the TV doctor is to lose the race, it would make for a humiliating night for Trump.

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