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Maine Governor Paul LePage Endorses Donald Trump For President

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Republican Maine Governor Paul LePage officially endorsed Donald Trump for president Friday.

Donald Trump has picked up yet another Governor’s endorsement on his way to winning the Republican Presidential nomination. Maine’s Paul LePage backed the Republican frontrunner Donald Trump this week, in addition to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.

Maine’s Paul LePage became the second governor to endorse Donald Trump on Friday also in addition to the endorsement of former Governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin.

LePage’s support comes hours after New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie appeared alongside Trump at a press conference in Fort Worth, Texas, announcing his endorsement of his former presidential campaign rival.

“I was Donald Trump before Donald Trump became popular. So I think I should support him because we’re one of the same cloth,” the governor said on the “Howie Carr Show.”

Like Trump, LePage is a businessman whose viability was questioned by pundits. “Everybody’s saying this guy’s a dead governor walking,” he recalled of his reelection bid, “and we set a record for the most votes in the history of the state of Maine for a governor.”

It is now even speculated by some that Dr. Ben Carson might also end his campaign after Super Tuesday and come out to endorse Donald Trump. John Kasich on the other hand is thought to be “too establishment” to endorse Trump but then again these other governors who already endorsed Trump are also establishment figures yet they endorsed Trump so only time will tell.

It is also expected that Jeb Bush will endorse his own defective robot clone, Marco Rubio who repeats himself over and over again, with both of them being exactly the same people only with different faces, with same mentality, same open-borders policies, etc.

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