Trump Planning To Win Midterms For GOP

( President Donald Trump is all-in on the 2022 midterms, and it could become a family affair.

The former president gave remarks at a dog rescue fundraiser held at his luxurious private members’ club, Mar-a-Lago, in Florida on Friday. Surprising the crowd, the president turned up and hinted that Lara Trump, the wife of his second son Eric Trump, may even run for a Senate seat.

Video footage of the surprise speech showed the former president wearing golfing fear and speaking to a supportive crowd who whooped and cheered.

“I want to thank Lara, who’s been so incredible,” he said. “And, I don’t know, you’re running for the Senate?”

The crowd roared when he made the announcement.

Trump told the crowd that their efforts to raise money for rescue dogs were “so important” and “so great.”

The campaign event was raising half a million dollars to rescue 500 dogs from China, where they would be sold in meat markets.

It’s hardly surprising that President Trump would support a campaign against Chinese cruelty, given the extent to which his administration went to hold the Chinese Communist Party to account.

Lara Trump has yet to make an official announcement of her run for Senate, but it has long been rumored.

Former President Donald Trump has also previously indicated that he would work with the Republican Party to win back the House and take back Senate seats in 2022, potentially ending the Democrat control of the nation’s three chambers of government.

With a huge amount of support among the Republican Party, the former president is well-positioned to push the Republican Party back in the Make America Great Again direction, and he is expected to use his new Super PAC to assist candidates that promote the agenda that gave him the presidency in 2016.

Earlier this month, the former president even hinted that former NFL player Herschel Walked would be a “fantastic” candidate.

“He would be unstoppable, just like he was when he played for the Georgia Bulldogs, and in the NFL,” he said.

The 2022 mid-term elections could be about to get very, very interesting…and we’re still only in 2021!