Following primary losses of Trump-backed candidates, experts question the former president's 'mediocre endorsement record'
- Experts are reviewing the influence of former President Donald
Trump's endorsementfollowing primarylosses.
- "Without the White House, social media or a campaign, Trump doesn't have as much power," a strategist told The Hill.
Following Trump-endorsed David Perdue's loss in this week's primary
"Without the White House, social media or a campaign, Trump doesn't have as much power, and that's reflected in his mediocre endorsement record, the fact that other
Trump's endorsement has been highly sought after for
Doug Heye, another Republican strategist, told The Hill that the power of Trump's endorsements has been exaggerated, pointing to Republican Senate primaries in Ohio and Pennsylvania where Trump-endorsed candidates captured one-third of total votes.
"You can't deny that he doesn't have an influence here," Doug Heye, a Republican strategist, told The Hill. "But we now see where that number is and it's around a third or a little bit lower."
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