Donald Trump Endorses Geoff Diehl

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Former President Donald Trump knows who he wants to be the next governor of Massachusetts:  former state Representative Geoff Diehl (R-Whitman).

The pro-Trump Republican, who endorsed Trump before Super Tuesday in the 2016 primary, got an endorsement from the 45th president on Wednesday evening. 

Trump sent the endorsement to many of his supporters in an email from the Save America PAC.

Here is what Trump wrote:


The Diehl campaign sent NewBostonPost a statement on the endorsement shortly after it was sent out.

Diehl is happy to have the endorsement.

“I was inspired by the President’s ‘America First’ agenda, which he ran on in 2016, and he backed it up by delivering on his promises during his time in the White House,” Diehl said. “President Trump brought us record  low unemployment, energy independence, a withdrawal of our military from endless war zones, plus a  renewed focus on our country’s strengths and the hard-working people who make it the greatest nation in the world.”

“Massachusetts has its own unique resources and challenges and I plan to follow his lead, dedicating my time as Governor to building on what matters to the people who make up this diverse and productive  Commonwealth,” Diehl added. “Like President Trump, I want to ensure a strong economy fed by the  success of small businesses. I want families to feel safe in their communities, knowing that law  enforcement is being supported with the tools and training they need. And, like the President, I want  people to feel like government isn’t working against them and that they can enjoy the individual  freedoms our state and country were founded upon.” 

The endorsement came a day after Diehl stated that the results of the 2020 presidential election were rigged, a claim that Trump has repeatedly made.


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