Alabama’s Republican primaries, Trump’s support candidate wins | Reuters

Katie Brit, who has been supported by former President Trump since the beginning of this month, won the Republican preliminary election over the election of the federal senator in Alabama for the US midterm elections in November. The photo is Mr. Trump giving a speech at a rally in the state. Taken in August last year (2022 Reuters / Marvin Gentry)

[Reuters]— Katie Brit, who has been supported by former President Trump since the beginning of this month, won the Republican preliminary election over the election of the federal senator in Alabama for the US midterm elections in November. Edison Research predicts that he has defeated Trump’s original supporter, Chamber of Deputies Mo Brooks.

Mr. Trump originally supported Mr. Brooks, who resonated with his false allegations that the 2020 presidential election was fraudulent. However, he has withdrawn his support because he asked Republicans to make the election a thing of the past at a rally.

Also, in Georgia, two Trump-backed chamber of deputies candidates lost in the Republican preliminary round. In the state, a candidate for governor and a candidate for secretary of state, which Mr. Trump supported, have been defeated a month ago.

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