Donald Trump just received campaign-changing news from the Senate

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Trump is currently boasting a huge lead in the Republican primary polls. But that’s about to change.

And Donald Trump just received campaign-changing news from the Senate.

Former President Donald Trump is by far the favorite to win the Republican nomination for president.

His support keeps growing by the day.

And now he’s about to have an even bigger boost of support after this Republican senator announced his endorsement.

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) gave his full endorsement of Donald Trump on Sunday.

He now joins fellow Republican Sen. Rick Scott as the two senators from Florida who have given their full support to the former president.

“When Trump was in WH I achieved major policies I had worked on for years (like expanded Child Tax Credit & tough sanctions on regime in Cuba & Venezuela) because we had a President who didn’t cave to special interests or let bureaucrats block us,” Rubio said on X while announcing his endorsement.

“I support Trump because that kind of leadership is the ONLY way we will get the extraordinary actions needed to fix the disaster Biden has created.”

“It’s time to get on with the work of beating Biden & saving America!”

According to FiveThirtyEight, Trump now has endorsements from 23 GOP senators.

That’s almost half of the Republicans in the entire U.S. Senate.

The former president also was able to secure an endorsement from former Republican presidential candidate and North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum.

“Four years ago, I was speaking on behalf of President Trump at the Iowa caucuses in Sioux City, and today, I’m here to do something that none of the other presidential primary candidates have done, and that’s endorse Donald J. Trump for the President of the United States of America,” Burgum said at a rally with Trump.

“Thank you very much. That was an honor,” Trump said after Burgum’s announcement.

Trump’s supporter base is growing by the day.

It’s hard to imagine he won’t use it to help boost himself to win the Republican nomination for president.

Stay tuned to The Federalist Wire.