Some lawmakers get it. You start working with the nominee, getting in on the bottom floor to give that candidate an idea of what they are currently facing pushing legislature and how that nominee can help them if they are elected.
Trump supporters know they might not get the full support from Sen. Ted Cruz followers and possibly even the Sen. Marco Rubio supporters, but they need to keep reaching out to other voters to help fix the country and undo this fundamental transformation.
Nine Republican chairmen of U.S. House committees endorsed Donald Trump on Friday, saying he gives the party its best chance of holding congressional majorities.
“We stand on the precipice of one of the most important elections of our lifetime,” the group said in a statement. “This great nation cannot endure eight more years of Democrat-control of the White House. It cannot afford to put Democrats in charge of Congress. It is paramount that we coalesce around the Republican nominee, Mr. Donald J. Trump, and maintain control of both the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate.”
The committee chairs backing Trump: Steve Chabot of Ohio (Small Business), Michael Conaway of Texas (Agriculture), Jeb Hensarling of Texas (Financial Services), Candice Miller of Michigan (House Administration), Jeff Miller of Florida (Veterans’ Affairs), Tom Price of Georgia (Budget), Pete Sessions of Texas (Rules), Bill Shuster of Pennsylvania (Transportation and Infrastructure), and Lamar Smith of Texas (Science, Space and Technology).
Trump’s response to the chairmen who decided to endorse him:
“a strong House Republican Majority is imperative to fixing the problems facing America and making our country better and stronger than ever before.”
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