Two Key Trump Candidates Trailing in Current Polling

Donald Trump crushed the primary vote in Texas.

That, however, is not the case in other states.

While the primaries have not yet been held, two key endorsements are lagging way behind in recent polling.

Kemp and Perdue

Trump has endorsed former Senator David Perdue over incumbent Governor Brian Kemp in the Georgia primary.

Kemp would not play ball with Trump during the election, and now Trump wants him out.

For some reason, Trump backed Perdue, a very undynamic candidate who lost to a no-name in the Senate election.

Kemp has always been ahead, but the distance was not formidable, until now.

Kemp now holds an 11 percent lead over Perdue in the latest Fox News poll.

The primary in that race will be held on May 24.

Budd and Walker

Trump has also endorsed Rep. Ted Budd (R-N.C.) in the North Carolina Senate race.

Former Governor Pat McCrory is the clear frontrunner in that race, but Budd’s real problem is Mark Walker, who is splitting the MAGA vote and money.

Trump wants Walker to drop out, but he has insisted that he is in this race to win it.

This weekend at a New Orleans fundraiser, Trump reportedly expressed serious concerns over Budd lagging in the race.

Walker’s internal polling currently has Budd at 24 and Walker at 17 percent.

McCrory is in the lead with 35 percent, a lead that can clearly be made up if Walker drops out.

With only two months left, both candidates will have to make some big moves if they expect to deliver for Trump.

Sources: Politico & Washington Examiner


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