Lauren Boebert Blindsided With HUGE News From Trump

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It was time for Rep. Lauren Boebert to receive some good news.

These days, the Colorado firebrand and her family are in the news for all the wrong reasons.

However, former President Donald Trump has contributed to reversing that course.

The 45th president expressed his preference to replace retiring GOP Representative Ken Buck in Colorado’s 4th Congressional District in a post on the social media site Truth Social on Saturday, and Boebert had to agree.

According to Trump, “Congresswoman Lauren Boebert is a Proven Conservative and Effective Leader who delivers for Colorado, and our America First agenda.”

“She has led the fight to Impeach Joe Biden, Stop Illegal Immigration, Defend the Second Amendment, Protect our Wonderful Ranchers and Farmers, Support our Military and Veterans, Secure our Natural Resources to Pursue Energy Dominance, and Stand Up to the Radical Democrats who want to Destroy our Beautiful Country.

“Congresswoman Lauren Boebert is a trusted America First Fighter, and has my Complete and Total Endorsement for Colorado’s 4th Congressional District!”

Politics-aware Americans have been exposed to a tonne of negative information on Boebert for months.

Both the left and the right criticized her for her too visible and, to be honest, trashy return to the dating scene in September, when she was going through a difficult divorce.

Being a vocal Republican, Boebert had already been a sitting duck for criticism, so receiving Trump’s unreserved endorsement had to feel like a breath of fresh air.

And it appears from Boebert’s answer on the social media site X that she saw it that way:

“It’s my honor to have the endorsement of the greatest President our country has ever known – Donald J. Trump,” she wrote.

That might be a bit excessive, by the way. Without a doubt, Trump made an excellent president. He may very well be considered “great”—especially in light of the current state of senescent obscenity in the White House. However, “the greatest” might be overdoing the dog a little.

It’s difficult to surpass Washington and Lincoln, after all. Reagan is also a contender, although Boebert—God love her—is too young to have many memories of him.

In any case, Trump is undoubtedly prominent, especially among modern Republicans, and Boebert would undoubtedly benefit politically from his endorsement.

She’s fresh to Colorado’s 4th, even without the recent deluge of negative headlines. The 3rd District has been represented by her House service thus far. She is changing following a grueling reelection contest in 2022 that was determined by a mere 546 votes.

It’s going to be difficult for her to succeed in the new district. She came in fifth place out of nine Republicans who participated in a straw poll conducted during a congressional debate on January 25, according to The Denver Post.

The Post pointed out that the sample size was absurdly small, with only 100 Republicans attending the debate out of the district’s over 190,000 residents, but it might “provide an initial peek into the kind of ground game the 37-year-old congresswoman will have to stand up to secure the nomination in a part of the state that doesn’t know her well.”

The good news is that she should have little trouble winning if she prevails in the primary on June 25.

Colorado Public Radio reports that Republicans have a 26-point advantage in the district, meaning the primary will effectively be the deciding vote. Boebert won’t probably be in for a thrilling climax like the nation witnessed in 2022, even if she manages to make it there.

It remains to be seen, of course, if Boebert’s track record of conservative votes and his reputation for supporting conservative causes, along with Trump’s endorsement, will be sufficient to win in the new district, but there’s no doubting that Boebert could have used some good news.

She understood it over the weekend.


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