Ahead of a scheduled rally on Saturday in Phoenix, Arizona, Donald Trump has handed out a pair of $5,000 checks to two Arizona Republican elected officials who have been great supporters of his and have received his endorsement.
The checks were sent to both State Sen Wendy Rogers, who is running for re-election, and State Rep. Mark Finchem, who is running to become the next Secretary of State.
Trump wrote the same message in a note that was accompanied by each of the checks, which are issued through his Save America PAC.
Liberals have often claimed that the PAC is a grift for Trump, but it is clear that he is supporting candidates and possibly stockpiling money for a presidential run.
Trump wrote, “I am pleased to send the enclosed check in support of your campaign.”
“Our nation is strong because of courageous patriots like you who believe in – and defend – the great American ideals of faith, family, community, and country first,” Trump explained.
Trump added, “I will never stop fighting for the America you and I cherish, and I am pleased to lend my support and encouragement for your efforts to protect and preserve the American dream for the citizens of Arizona.”
Finchem responded to the note and check, “I am truly honored that President Trump would send me money ($5k) for my campaign. We should be sending him money for what he has endured for this nation. He didn’t even take a salary. Thank you, sir – I won’t let you down!” Finchem insisted.
(The Freedom Times) Trump Issues A Pair Of Checks To Election Integrity Champions Sen. Rogers & Rep. Finchem In Support Of Their Campaigns
“45th President Donald J. Trump issued a pair of $5,000 checks from his “Save America” PAC to two election integrity champions in support of their 2022 campaigns. Arizona Republican State Senator Wendy Rogers and Arizona Republican State Rep. Mark Finchem both received a check from the 45th President. Rogers, is running for re-election for State Senatorand Rep. Finchem is running to become the next Arizona Secretary of State. Trump has endorsed both candidates.”