President Trump Will Not Endorse Hartzler for U.S. Senate, Praises Greitens, Schmitt Exposed for Never Trump Past and China Collusion

President Donald Trump has announced he will not be endorsing Congresswoman Vicki Hartzler for U.S. Senate in Missouri, despite her repeated appeals for his support.

“She called me this morning asking for my endorsement, much as she has on many other occasions,” Trump wrote in a post on Truth Social. “I was anything but positive in that I don’t think she has what it takes to take on the Radical Left Democrats, together with their partner in the destruction of our Country, the Fake News Media and, of course, the deceptive & foolish RINOs.”

While Trump closed the door on endorsing Hartzler, he said that he is considering the possibility of an endorsement for the “smart” and “tough” Eric Greitens for U.S. Senate in Missouri.

“Eric is tough and he’s smart. A little controversial, but I’ve endorsed controversial people before. So we’ll see what happens,” Trump said during an interview with One America News.

The two top contenders for the U.S. Senate seat following Trump’s dismissal of Hartzler are Greitens and Missouri attorney general Eric Schmitt. Congressman Billy Long, another U.S. Senate contender, has pointed out Schmitt’s history as a Never Trumper, which he has tried to hide from the public throughout his run for Senate.

Long contends that Schmitt led the disgraceful efforts to steal the nomination from Trump at the 2016 Republican National Convention and aggressively scrubbed the record in an attempt to hide his treacherous record.

Long refers to the Missouri attorney general as “Shanghai Schmitt” because of his deep ties to the Chinese. Schmitt’s voting record as a state senator shows how he would bend over to China if he were elected to the U.S. Senate.

Breitbart News reported that Schmitt pushed hard in 2011 for Aerotropolis, also known as the “China Hub,” a massive cargo hub proposed for the Lambert-St. Louis International Airport to assist China’s economic dominance of America.

“We need to be a player again,” Schmitt said. “We need to invest in our future and our infrastructure. We have a location and transportation assets that can put us on the map again and improve our economy.”

Schmitt and his Democrat partners ultimately failed at getting this Chinese power-grab approved by the Missouri Senate. This was not the only time that Schmitt sold out American economic power to China while serving in the Missouri Senate.

In 2013, Schmitt led the charge to allow Smithfield Foods, who had part of their operations located in Missouri, to sell out to China. He supported a measure changing a Missouri law to allow China and other foreign interests to swallow up agricultural property. As food costs skyrocket and America remains dependent on foreign countries, Missouri residents have Schmitt’s legacy to thank for their ongoing woes.

“[It’s] just one example where you have politicians engaged in these special interest tax credit programs designed, in this case, to benefit the country of China rather than the United States of America,” Greitens said about his opponent’s shameful record. “These politicians push legislation to allow Missouri farmland to be sold to Chinese communist party owned companies. It is disgusting.”

It is becoming clearer that Greitens is the most credible and viable champion of the America First agenda in the U.S. Senate race in Missouri. His opponents do not measure up to what it takes to be a Senator in the much-improved Republican Party led by President Trump.

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