New Hampshire Governor Vows To Support GOP Nominee Even if its Trump

[Photo Credit: By Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America - Chris Sununu, CC BY-SA 2.0,]

Wednesday, Chris Sununu (R), the governor of New Hampshire, declared his endorsement of Donald Trump the Republican presidential nominee in 2024, notwithstanding the potential repercussions if he where to triumph in the GOP presidential primary.

Sununu defended his position in an interview with CNN’s Kaitlan Collins by citing voter sentiment and what he considers to be President Biden’s subpar performance.

“Look, I think, right now, most of America looks like they would, they would vote for him, because he’s winning — Biden is so bad that Trump is actually beating Biden in most polls. OK? So most of America is right there.” Sununu replied.

Sununu, an opponent of Trump who previously backed former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley in her presidential campaign, reaffirmed his stance when queried about his personal inclination to support Trump.

“Yeah, I’m gonna support the Republican nominee. Absolutely. Yeah, like that shouldn’t shock anybody. That shouldn’t be a surprise to anybody that the Republican governor and most, actually, of America is going to end up going against Biden, because they need to see a change in this country,” he continued.

“I know, again — have the issues around the election changed the dynamics of the Republican primary? No. It’s not an issue, right, with the Republican base right now. It’s just not. And clearly not one that’s holding the American public at large back because, again, you know, Trump is up, you know, 1 point,” he concluded.

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