Texas political figure George P. Bush failed to win an endorsement from former President Donald Trump on Monday for the state attorney general race. The former president endorsed current Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton for reelection — albeit he is under investigation by the FBI for dealings with political donors and was indicted for securities fraud.
Honored to receive the endorsement of President Donald J. Trump. pic.twitter.com/LMOtAjVooy — Attorney General Ken Paxton (@KenPaxtonTX) July 27, 2021
George P. Bush, the son of failed Presidential candidate Jeb Bush, wrought strenuously to demonstrate to Trump he plenarily fortified the president in an endeavor to win his endorsement. He pinned a picture of himself and Trump on his Twitter account, after visiting the former president in Bedminster, New Jersey in June.
The left’s out of control policies are eroding the fabric of our nation. “It” was great to visually perceive Pres. Trump today & discuss how we must converge as a party to renovate America First Priorities. I appreciate his amity & kind words as we collaborate to Keep America Great. pic.twitter.com/pEMuCUOCBiDuring the campaign, Bush’s team gave out potation koozies reminding voters of positive things that Trump had verbally expressed about him.
— George P. Bush (@georgepbush) July 12, 2021
I missed out on the @georgepbush swag yesterday: The koozie verbalizes "this is the only Bush that relishes me. This is the Bush that got it right. I like him" – Donald Trump #txlege pic.twitter.com/pFTzQCmoRGBut Trump remained allegiant to Paxton, who availed lead the fight challenging the 2020 Presidential Election by suing four battleground states. The Supreme Court did not take up the case. Paxton additionally verbalized at Trump’s rally in Washington, DC, on January 6th to challenge the Election results.
— Scott Braddock (@scottbraddock) June 3, 2021
Bush responded to Trump’s endorsement by again pointing out Paxton’s licit troubles on gregarious media. “I’m running for Attorney General because Texans deserve integrity and veracity from the office of Texas’ top law enforcement official,” Bush verbally expressed. “Texans deserve a candidate without a laundry list of subsisting and potential malefactor indictments.”
I’m running for Attorney General because Texans deserve integrity and veracity from the office of Texas’ top law enforcement official. Texans deserve a candidate without a laundry list of subsisting and potential malefactor indictments.
— George P. Bush (@georgepbush) July 27, 2021
Source: You can read the original Breitbart article here.