Trump Drops Surprising News On Former Opponent’s Role In His Administration

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Former President Donald Trump achieved a decisive triumph in the Iowa caucuses on Monday evening, marking a strong start to his campaign. Karl Rove, a political strategist and Fox News contributor, provided his analysis on ‘Fox & Friends,’ emphasizing the importance of Trump’s victory in the context of unusually low voter participation.

Trump’s resounding triumph in the Iowa caucuses, a pivotal early predictor in the presidential race, was characterized by Rove as a “avalanche.” The initial triumph establishes a hopeful atmosphere for Trump’s campaign, placing him as a viable competitor in the race.

Trump praised his former adversary, North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum, guaranteeing him a prominent role in the upcoming administration. “Doug Burgum, the governor of North Dakota, and his wife Catherine, withdrew from the race,” stated Trump.

Burgum, who recently abandoned his own campaign for president, publicly supported Trump’s candidacy in Indianola, Iowa on Sunday.


“What people don’t know is that he actually supported me on the other side twice already. Right? That he decided to do it and he was outstanding. But the traction is never easy, right? You need controversy for traction sometimes. And this guy is the most solid guy,” said Trump.

“There’s no controversy whatsoever. And he’s one of the best governors in our country. And I hope that I’m going to be able to call on him to be a piece of the administration, a very important piece of the administration,” Trump continued.

Burgum terminated his campaign due to his poor performance in the polls and his inability to meet the requirements for important GOP debates. “I am here to accomplish something that none of the other candidates in the presidential primary have achieved, and that is to publicly support and recommend Donald J. Trump for the position of president,” Bergum stated throughout the weekend.

Burgum’s association with Trump can be described as predominantly favorable and in line with Republican principles. Burgum, a businessman like to Trump, has demonstrated endorsement for Trump’s policies, namely those pertaining to energy and economic matters, which have great importance for North Dakota.

Karl Rove, a commentator for Fox, observed that the voter turnout in the election was unexpectedly low, reaching its lowest level since 2000. “Think about this, this is the lowest turnout since 2000.”

However, Trump’s victory margin was significant, indicating a strong and unified base of support.

“This is the first because the big night is going to be in November when we take back our country and truly we do make our country great again,” Trump stated.

Rove highlighted the commendable grassroots mobilization of Ron DeSantis’ super PAC, which significantly contributed to his second-place finish in the caucuses. The successful voter mobilization campaign organized by DeSantis’ staff played a crucial role in his performance, potentially preventing Nikki Haley from securing the second-place position.

Although the number of people who voted was small, Trump’s vote tally in Iowa surpassed his previous achievement by a substantial margin. Rove provided a comprehensive account, stating that Donald Trump received a total of 56,260 votes over the previous evening. He received a total of 45,429 eight years ago. He received approximately 10,800 more votes this time compared to his tally eight years earlier.

As the White House and Joe Biden’s close advisors evaluate these findings, they confront the difficult truth of Biden’s waning favor in surveys compared to Trump. Rove expressed apprehension on Biden’s lack of competence, indicating that a substantial segment of the American population, including members of the Democratic party, have doubts about his age and mental sharpness.


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