John Fredericks, claimed that the state election office had been “deeply infiltrated” by “partisan, left-wing nonprofits” — an apparent reference to the CTCL grants.
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Donald Trump and close allies are moving swiftly to contain the blast radius of the backlash sparked by his endorsement of physician Mehmet Oz in the Pennsylvania Senate race.
Former Trump strategist Steve Bannon is warning Donald Trump that his preferred candidates risk losing key primary battles to ‘Never Trumpers’ if he does not pour millions of dollars into their campaigns.
Conservative commentator John Fredericks, a Trump friend who served as his Virginia campaign chair in 2016 and 2020, had the former president on his radio show Wednesday. Fredericks, who met Oz at CPAC in February and just endorsed him, opened the interview with a question about whether Oz is a “MAGA candidate.”
John Fredericks, the host of The John Fredericks Show, told Trump on Tuesday to “face reality” as polls show Perdue behind incumbent Governor Brian Kemp in the Republican primary.
Trump said on the conservative radio program The John Fredericks Show Tuesday morning that Kemp has proven to be “very hard to beat,” which he called “a shame.”
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John Fredericks, a Trump-allied conservative radio show host who has had both Bell and Kiggans on his show multiple times, said that realistically Bell doesn’t stand a chance against Kiggans.
Youngkin revealed his intentions to appoint a new election commissioner in January during an interview with conservative radio host John Fredericks.
Georgia’s chief elections officer has stacked up appearances on conservative radio and other media in recent months — taking lumps over his break with Donald Trump in an effort to rebuild his standing in the GOP ahead of his 2022 campaign.