Saturday night, former President Donald Trump formally confirmed his old TV pal Dr. Mehmet Oz in the Republican US Senate primary raging in Pennsylvania.

While addressing at a rally in North Carolina, Trump did so, drawing ire and mockery from Trump’s most vocal supporters.

TrumpWorld Goes into Meltdown After Trump Endorses Dr. Oz

The issue among Trump’s most ardent supporters is that they don’t see Dave McCormick, who is backed by former Trump administration officials Hope Hicks and Stephen Miller, as a credible “America First” Republican candidate compared to Oz, a Turkish-American television doctor who has reached out to Hollywood’s elite and exposed the issue of abortion.

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“I have the utmost regard for President Trump. I am thrilled to get his endorsement in PA. Twice,” Sean Parnellformer Trump-backed contender who withdrew out of the campaign when an abuse claim arose from his estranged ex-wifeWritten on Twitter. “But I am disappointed by this. Oz represents everything that led me to consider Trump the best president I’ve ever had to be avoided.

As more conservative personalities and politicians came up to shoot pro-Trump photographs, the bickering only got worse.

“It’s like Donald Trump’s crew is destroying Trump by pushing him to make the worst possible assertions,” conservative broadcaster Erick Erickson tweeted.

“This endorsement could fracture MAGA in the only way that matters: he could lose America First conservatives to it,” Breitbart News’ Joel Pollak Written.


Oz Also Approved of the Weak Staff the Ex-President had Joined Because of

Representative Mo Brooks (R-AL), who is currently running for the Senate and has lately split with Trump over back-and-forth charges of interference.

Trump is surrounded with McConnell aides who are hostile to the MAGA agenda, thus this is happening. People inform Trump who endorsers in the primaries are going to work for The Swamp,” Brooks remarked, whose endorsement of Trump was just retracted. In other words, “they played him. Again.”

In an interview on Fox News Sunday, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) did not instantly back Oz. to elucidate “I think we’re in a terrific position to win that race regardless of the nominee.”

Roger Stone, a longtime Republican operative, couldn’t resist but join the conversation by sending the group a Telegram that read, “Wait? What’s up with [Trump] endorsing this guy as chair?

by include a picture of the now-famous physician, who got his start hosting talk programmes on daytime TV and has had guests like Michelle Obama on his show.

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Last Words

There have also been comments from lesser-known Trump supporters in the media, such as Townhall blogger Kurt Schlichter, who said, “It’s impossible for me to completely explain how disappointed I am in Trump for backing Oz.”

“Wait. How about Dr. Oz, does he have any conservative views? Further information on Blaze TV’s Allie Beth Stuckey.

Fox News anchor Sean Hannity has come out in support of Dr. Oz as far-right radio commentator Stew Peters continues to knife him nightly.

Hannity said of Trump in March, “I support his nomination as the Republican nominee.” “I’ve known him for many years.”