Florida Senator Endorses Donald Trump – American Faith

Florida Senator Rick Scott (R) has endorsed Donald Trump for president.

“I am optimistic that we can return America to its rightful position of economic and military strength and the undisputed moral leader of the free world, but only with strong leadership in the White House,” Scott wrote in a Newsweek op-ed. That is why I support my friend President Donald J. Trump to be the 47th president of the United States and encourage every Republican to unite behind his efforts to win back the White House.”

“It’s time for the Republican Party to come together, behind one candidate, and declare with one voice that we are united in our efforts to defeat Joe Biden and rescue America.”

“I know most of the candidates running for president, and I respect their decision to put themselves through this very difficult process. They’ve made their case to voters, laid out their agendas and their plans, and told their stories,” Scott noted. Make no mistake: every single one of them would be a better president than Joe Biden. But Republican voters are making their voices heard loud and clear. They want to return to the leadership of Donald Trump.”

“President Trump has a proven track record of strong leadership. During his presidency, America’s economy was booming, the border was secure, and China was being held accountable,” a press release from Scott’s website reads. “It’s time for Republicans to come together and unite behind President Trump.”

In response to Scott’s endorsement of Trump, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ (R) campaign said, “Ron DeSantis has more endorsements from state legislators than the former president in Iowa (41), New Hampshire (62), and South Carolina (16).”

DeSantis spokesman Andrew Romeo continued, “He also has the support of almost all Florida elected officials because he worked with them to deliver historic results for the conservative movement. The governor will win his home state because Floridians want to see a fighter who will bring the same type of results-oriented leadership to Washington that he has provided in the Sunshine State.”