Former President Donald Trump will hit the marketing campaign path and stump for Republican gubernatorial candidate Geoff Diehl … type of.
“Donald J. Trump, the 45th President of the United States, will join Geoff Diehl and Leah Allen for a pre-primary tele-rally on Monday, September 5 at 7 pm,” the Diehl marketing campaign stated in a launch.
Trump, who endorsed former state Rep. Diehl final yr, is not going to journey to the Bay State forward of the first however as an alternative will take part a teleconference with the candidate open to these occupied with listening to Trump communicate concerning the race for the nook workplace.
“As announced by senior strategist Corey R. Lewandowski on The Kuhner Report earlier this morning, voters will be able to call (508) 691-7880 and hear President Trump live as he offers his assessment of the race for Governor and Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts. Diehl, Allen, and Lewandowski will participate in the tele-rally along with President Trump,” Diehl’s marketing campaign stated.
Diehl received the get together’s conference in May and has constantly led in polls regardless of not having almost as a lot marketing campaign cash as his self-funded opponent, Wrentham businessman Chris Doughty.
Trump’s assist could also be a political white elephant within the Bay State, although, the place the twice-impeached former govt did not win a single county in his dropping bid for a second time period. Despite that, Diehl has maintained his allegiance to the forty fifth president all through the marketing campaign.
“I am honored to have the support of our former President heading into the primary on Tuesday, and I am doubly honored to have President Trump’s help rallying Massachusetts voters,” Diehl stated.
He added: “This event will give us an excellent opportunity to reaffirm what’s important to us in this race, particularly issues of freedom, fiscal responsibility, public safety, and empowering parents to protect their kids. I look forward to a lively discussion about our state and what the Diehl-Allen administration plans to accomplish.”