The Insider reports:
Former President Donald Trump said he’d throw his support behind his son, Donald Trump Jr., should he choose to run for public office in the future. “I would help him,” Trump told Washington Examiner’s David Drucker in an interview for his new book, “In Trump’s Shadow: The Battle for 2024 and the Future of the GOP,” which came out on Tuesday.
“There are certain places where he couldn’t be beaten,” the former president added, without mentioning specifics.
Donald Jr. played a prominent role by fundraising and campaigning for his father during the 2020 presidential election. Since the defeat, Trump’s eldest son has amplified lies that the race was plagued by widespread voter fraud, a claim that has been repeatedly disproven by state and federal officials.
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Trump says his son Donald Jr. ‘couldn’t be beaten’ if he ran for office in ‘certain places’: book https://t.co/owzFAYaPJZ
— Politics Insider (@PoliticsInsider) October 19, 2021
“Junior and I had one thing in common and I think that’s what kept us together,” Heller told Drucker. “We both loved to hunt.”
— Jon Ralston (@RalstonReports) October 19, 2021