(RepublicanNews.org) – There’s no love lost between Georgia’s Republican Gov. Brian Kemp and Donald Trump. The former president has repeatedly bashed him for not interceding on his behalf in the highly disputed 2020 presidential election.
Trump spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on February 28, where he teased a possible run for president in 2024. Later, he ripped into Kemp during an interview with Newsmax, claiming he was bad for the Republican party.
However, despite the appearance of animosity between the two men, Kemp told Fox News host Neil Cavuto he would “absolutely” support Trump’s bid for the White House should he receive the party’s nomination in 2024.
— The Hill (@thehill) March 4, 2021
Elaborating, Kemp said he thought Trump’s ideas would remain a part of the Republican party far into the future.
Kemp concluded his remarks, conceding that he and Trump didn’t always see eye to eye. However, Trump “deserves a lot of credit.” Ladies and gentlemen, that’s a perfect example of a politician putting party over personal interest.
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