Donald Trump Goes After Brian Kemp In Popular New Ad

( Former President Donald Trump hasn’t officially announced a third run for the White House, but he’s not exactly keeping it secret that he wants every single elected Republican official who sided with the Democrats during his administration out of office.

Trump’s “SAVE AMERICA” PAC is already heavily involved in a number of primary races across the country, pushing America First Republican candidates’ campaigns to unseat incumbent RINOs – and his most recent effort is underway in Georgia.

Reports suggest that television advertisements have gone live supporting former Senator David Perdue’s campaign to become the next governor of Georgia. Trump himself appears in the ad, slamming incumbent Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, who falsely claimed that the former president asked him to add false votes to the official tally of votes in the 2020 presidential election.

“The Democrats walked all over Brian Kemp. He was afraid of Stacey ‘the Hoax’ Abrams. Brian Kemp let us down…we can’t let it happen again,” Trump said in the ad.

According to reports, Perdue’s campaign spent six figures on the ad, which played during an ad break on the Fox News Channel across the state.

The ad describes Perdue as an “America First conservative outside” and as the only candidate endorsed by former President Trump.

At the end of the ad, Trump appears on camera, describing Perdue as an “outstanding man.”

“He’s tough, he’s smart, he has my complete and total endorsement,” he says.

Brian Kemp famously objected to former President Donald Trump’s efforts to ensure election integrity in 2020 after it was revealed that the election in Georgia was influenced by fraud and misconduct. Trump is responding in kind, and working hard to unseat Kemp in this year’s race.

If Trump gets his way and ousts every Republican opposed to his America First agenda, and should he successfully run for president again in 2024, his second term in the White House could prove ten times more productive than his first.