President Donald Trump welcomed Senator Martha McSally at a campaign rally in Arizona on Wednesday, and his fellow Republicans are fighting to keep his seat.
After Trump said that she was “respected by everyone” and “great”, he drove McSally to an airport rally at Goodyear and said a few words.
“Martha, hurry up. Hurry up. Hurry up. Hurry up. Hurry up. Hurry up. One minute! One minute, Martha! They don’t want to listen to this, Martha. Hurry up. Go. Hurry up, hurry up, hurry up. Come on. Come on,” Trump said.
McSally delivered a one-minute speech and said she was “proud”
After McSally delivered his speech, Trump called three politicians from outside the state to speak-Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky, Mike Lee of Utah, and Representative Kevin McCarthy of California. Of these three countries, only McCarthy (McCarthy) will run for re-election in November. Everyone spoke longer than McSally’s speech-another speaker Trump invited was Nigel Farage of the Brexit Party. Trump didn’t catch these four.
Opinion polls in Arizona show that McSally consistently succumbed to Democrat Mark Kelly. Earlier Wednesday, McSally published an interview in which she said she would vote for Trump. She has long claimed that she has the right to a “secret vote” when asked whether to vote for him.
Trump told reporters on another trip to Arizona last week that he thinks McSally is “doing well” and that he believes their fate in the state is not connected. He said: “I think we are separated from each other, but we support each other.” “But I never believe in anyone-you are tied together. I don’t-I don’t believe it. I know I’m doing well. I don’t know her. What’s the number of her. I didn’t read it. But I hope she’s doing well.”
After Senator Jon Kyle announced her retirement, McSally was appointed to her seat by Governor Doug Dusey in 2018.
The Washington Post reported last week that Trump told donors in a fundraising event that it would be “very difficult” for Republicans to maintain control of the Senate because he would sometimes find it difficult to support. A participant quoted him as saying: “There are two senators I really can’t participate in. I just can’t. If you do, you will lose your soul.”