Georgia Gov. Kemp responds to Trump critiques, says Stacey Abrams is main focus

Trump had endorsed former Sen. David Perdue, who lost by about a 50-point margin, while ex-Vice President Mike Pence endorsed Kemp.

Su “Relazione speciale,” anchor Bret Baier asked if Kemp planned to mend fences with Trump, noting it gotpretty uglybetween the former president and the governor.

Kemp replied that his campaign is centered onhard-working Georgiansand that he continues to be appreciative for how Trump’s time in the White House benefited Georgia.

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Pence, Kemp

Pence, Kemp (Kemp campaign)

This is about Georgia, and so I’ve never said anything bad about President Trump. I don’t plan on doing that,” Egli ha detto.

I praised him and his administration and Vice President Pence for the work that they did to help our state during the pandemic and a lot of the things that we worked onBut this race and what I’m running for is to be governor of Georgia.

The unifying aspect of his midterm race, Ha detto Kemp, is that former State Rep. Stacey Abrams, D-Fulton, the Democratic nominee must be defeated for the second time in a row.

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Camminatore. (Michael Zarrilli/Getty)

Camminatore. (Michael Zarrilli/Getty)

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