Trump says he’s ‘transformed the face of the Republican Party’ as he fights for Oz in PA Senate primary

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Former President Donald Trump spoke in Pennsylvania on Friday in support of Senate candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz.

Trump, who officially endorsed Oz in the Republican primary earlier this month, bragged during his speech that he had “transformed” the GOP.

“Tuesday’s primary results are just the latest evidence that we’ve transformed the face of the Republican Party,” Trump said. “Thank God.”

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Trump then accused previous incarnations of the Republican Party of forgetting about average workers in the United States.

Former President Donald Trump speaks during the “Save America” ​​rally for Mehmet Oz for the U.S. Senate, in Greensburg, Pennsylvania on May 6, 2022.
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Pennsylvania Senate candidate Mehmet Oz, left, flanked by former President Donald Trump, speaks during a campaign rally in Greensburg, Pa., Friday, May 6, 2022.
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Pennsylvania Senate candidate Mehmet Oz, left, flanked by former President Donald Trump, speaks during a campaign rally in Greensburg, Pa., Friday, May 6, 2022.
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“We are now the workers’ party, but we are really everyone’s party. We are the party,” he continued. “You know what? We’re the party of common sense. I think more than anything else, we believe in putting America first and we’re going to keep fighting to make America great again. “

Asset easily won the 2024 GOP presidential nomination straw poll in Conservative Political Action Conference. Trump, who has repeatedly flirted with another presidential race in 2024 to try to return to the White House, captured 59% of the ballots in the anonymous online poll, according to results reported by CPAC earlier this year.

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Utah Senator Mitt Romney said in an interview Wednesday that the former president donald trump is “very likely” to be the Republican Party’s presidential nominee if he chooses.

Former President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally for Ohio Senate candidate JD Vance and Pennsylvania Senate candidate Mehmet Oz in Greensburg, Pa., Friday, May 6, 2022.

Former President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally for Ohio Senate candidate JD Vance and Pennsylvania Senate candidate Mehmet Oz in Greensburg, Pa., Friday, May 6, 2022.
(AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)

Trump supporters are seen as former President Donald Trump held a "save america" rally despite heavy rain and muddy terrain in Greensburg, Pennsylvania on May 6, 2022.

Trump supporters are seen as former President Donald Trump held a ‘Save America’ rally despite heavy rain and muddy terrain in Greensburg, Pennsylvania on May 6, 2022.
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“It’s hard to imagine anything that could derail his support. So if he wants to become the nominee in 24, I think he’s very likely to achieve that.”

The senator’s assessment comes days after Ohio senatorial candidate JD Vance – a former Trump critic – won the Republican primary with the former president’s endorsement.

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