Donald Trump Sends Bold Threat To Republican Leader

( Former President Donald Trump is sticking to his guns when it comes to endorsements, presumably knowing just how easy it is for members of the GOP to turn their back on his Make America Great Again Agenda. Last Tuesday, Trump officially endorsed the re-election bid of Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy, but warned that he would withdraw that endorsement if the governor were to support Senator Lisa Murkowski’s 2022 re-election bid.

Murkowski is one of a handful of Republican legislators who have repeatedly sided against President Donald Trump and his America First plan. She also voted to convict the former president during the fake impeachment hearings that wrongly accused former President Donald Trump of inciting a “violent insurrection” in Washington, D.C. on January 6 last year.

In a statement, Trump said that Alaska needs Dunleavy as their governor “more than ever” and that he has the coveted “complete and total endorsement” of the former president.

Immediately after the endorsement, however, he said that the endorsement is “subject to his non-endorsement of Senator Lisa Murkowski who has been very bad for Alaska.”

Murkowski was one of only seven Republican senators tricked by the Democrats into believing that the president incited a violent “insurrection,” and the former president has worked one-by-one to bring down those senators and replace them with candidates who are more loyal to his pro-America agenda.

Murkowski faces an uphill challenge running again in Alaska, and could still be challenged by former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin who has repeatedly suggested that she plans to run to replace Murkowski.

During an interview with Che Ahn, the head of New Apostolic Reformation, Palin said that if God wants her to run for Senate, she will.

She added that moving to D.C. would be a sacrifice, but one she would be willing to make.