Approaching 75 million votes in the presidential election, one thing is clear, Donald Trump remains extremely popular with a large number of Republicans and voters in general. Trump may have plans for 2024 but it’s his son who may actually be the rising star in politics.
As the Georgia Senate runoff draws closer to the Jan. 5 election, Mike Pence and Donald Trump Jr. are heading south to hold rallies in support of Sen. David Perdue and Sen. Kelly Loeffler. Pence will kick things off with a rally for both candidates on Thursday before Trump Jr. hosts a “Defend the Majority” rally with Perdue on Friday. Trump Jr. has already appeared in television and radio ads for Loeffler and it’s becoming clear that the president’s son has become an asset on the campaign trail.
“Few have been stronger advocates for me and Kelly Loeffler than Donald Trump Jr. has. It will be fantastic to have him down in Georgia to campaign with us this week,” Perdue said in a statement. “Donald understands how critical this election is to defending the great work President Trump achieved these last four years and knows that every Georgian needs to get back out and vote before January 5. He has been a tremendous asset in our fight to hold the line and we look forward to seeing him on the trail.”
Donald Trump, Donald Trump Jr., and Mike Pence have all been rumored to be eyeing a 2024 run for the White House. For now, at least, they all appear focused on securing the Georgia Senate seats for Perdue and Loeffler.