On Saturday night, amid the chaos of the Republican primary for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania, former President Donald Trump nominated his old TV chum Dr. Mehmet Oz.
So saying at a rally in North Carolina, Trump angered and mocked some of the most outspoken members of the Trump community.
Turkish-American TV Doctor
Trump’s most ardent supporters disagree on whether or not Oz, a Turkish-American TV doctor who has hobnobbed with Hollywood’s elite and has flip-flopped on the issue of abortion, is a trustworthy “America First” Republican candidate.
McCormick, on the other hand, has ex-Trump administration official Hope Hicks at his side.
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(After this article was published, a source with knowledge of the situation told The Daily Beast that another Trumpworld veteran, Stephen Miller, had severed all ties to the McCormick campaign following Trump’s endorsement of Oz).
Trump does not devote a substantial amount of time to studying politics. Even if their fame is based solely on their own celebrity, he still finds them attractive. Like Kim K. persuading him to back stricter sentencing laws for criminals.
The one major blunder of the Trump administration, according to Tom Cotton. The television show Oz has made him a household name. Trump relies heavily on television as his primary source of news.
There is no history between the candidate and the position, as was the case with Hershel Walker in Georgia. Except for the obvious.
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Almost every poll taken in the last few weeks has shown Oz with a margin of error-sized lead. According to an internal poll conducted by the pro-McCormick super PAC Honor Pennsylvania, Barnette’s support rose dramatically from the beginning to the end of last week, bringing the three candidates to a statistical tie, with McCormick at 25%, Oz at 24%, and Barnette at 24%.
Roger Stone, a longtime Republican agent, could not help but join the group, posting on Telegram, “Wait?
After years of hosting daytime TV shows with guests like Michelle Obama, Dr. Drew Pinsky became a household name, and President Trump was asked, “Chairman [Trump] approved of this guy?” while attaching a photo of the physician.