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Colorado Republican says he won’t work under Trump because he is not a liar, then supports Sup. Court decision

Regardless of support from well-known politicians, governors, and other public figures nationwide, Donald Trump is strongly positioned to clinch the Republican nomination for a November rematch against Joe Biden. Nikki Haley, former Governor of South Carolina and Trump’s primary competitor, withdrew her presidential campaign following a significant defeat to Trump on Super Tuesday, with her only victory being in Vermont.

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell endorsed Donald Trump’s bid

Following the Super Tuesday outcomes, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell publicly backed Donald Trump’s campaign for a return to the presidency. McConnell acknowledged Trump’s overwhelming support among Republican voters, affirming his own support for Trump as the party’s nominee. McConnell’s endorsement marks him as the most prominent Republican to support Trump at this stage.

Haley still hasn’t endorsed Trump

Despite her departure from the race after a lackluster performance on Super Tuesday, Haley has not endorsed Trump. In her concluding remarks, she committed to advocating for the principles she campaigned on but stopped short of supporting Trump. She emphasized the necessity for Trump to garner the support of Republican voters and others who previously did not back him. Haley is among several high-profile Republicans who have yet to express their support for Trump.

House Republican Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) set to retire

Ken Buck, a Republican Representative on his way out, recently shared some thoughts on why he’s leaving office. In a talk with Chris Stirewalt on NewsNation’s Sunday program, Buck criticized several Republicans for supporting Donald Trump, even if it meant bending the truth. During his conversation with Stirewalt, a former political editor for Fox News, Buck opened up about his reasons for retiring and how he views the changes in the Republican Party.

Colorado Representative Ken Buck is leaving the office because he doesn't want to work under Trump and the Republican party anymore

Buck says populists dominate the Republican party

Buck reminisced about the days when the Tea Party focused on conservative and constitutional values, contrasting those times with the current situation where he feels populists dominate the party, promoting ideas he finds troubling.

When Stirewalt asked him to elaborate on his retirement, Buck mentioned his past electoral success against a MAGA-supported challenger.

Colorado Republican doesn’t want to lie because of Trump

“The MAGA crowd ran a primary against me last time. I won 75-25. I’m not concerned about [a] primary, I’m not concerned about losing a general election,” Buck said, adding:

“You know, the time is right. I’m at a point in my life where I want to do different things. I want to enjoy my family more, I want to [do] less business travel and more recreational travel. There are a lot of things that went into the decision.,” Buck said.

“But really we’re at a time in American politics, that I am not going to lie on behalf of my presidential candidate, on behalf of my party. And I’m very sad that others in my party have taken the position that, as long as we get the White House, it doesn’t really matter what we say,” he added.

Colorado Representative Ken Buck is leaving the office because he doesn't want to work under Trump and the Republican party anymore

Buck supported the Supreme Court decision to reinstate Trump on Colorado’s ballot

In a recent post on X, formerly known as Twitter, Buck supported the Supreme Court decision to reinstate Trump on Colorado’s ballot. Sharing a Fox News story, he wrote, “The Supreme Court made the right decision in this case. Colorado voters – not partisan politicians – should decide who they want to lead our nation. Just 8 months from now, voters will go the polls to decide that question.”

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