Donald Trump is turning into a Republican Kingmaker ahead of the 2022 Midterms with these powerful endorsements

For years now, there’s been an internal battle brewing for the heart and soul of the Republican Party.

It’s been the Mitch McConnell establishment vs. the Donald Trump conservative-populist movement.

And now judging by who 2022 Midterm candidates are turning to, we may have an answer to who has won the future of the GOP.

In a single fundraising event, Former President Donald Trump raised more than $3.2 million dollars to distribute to Republican candidates across the country.

Meanwhile, candidates all over the purple state of Arizona are courting Trump looking for his influential endorsement.

The fundraising haul came from a Mar-a-Largo VIP dinner, with House Republican Conference Chairwoman, Rep. Elise Stefanik of New York, as the 45th President’s special guest.

The northern New York Representative said the money raised at the event will go a long way in reshaping Congress.

“(I’m) proud to have raised such a significant sum with President Trump for our shared effort to flip the House and save America,” Rep. Stefanik said at the fundraiser. “We are going to fire Pelosi and take back our country.”

From the Sunshine State to the Grand Canyon State – Trump’s influence continues to expand.

Over the weekend, Trump joined a series of GOP hopefuls in Florence, Arizona.

The former President lost Arizona by less than a half-point in 2020 – one of the most controversial outcomes of the Presidential elections and allegations of voter fraud and election irregularities ran rampant.

My Pillow’s, Mike Lindell and Martin Luther King Jr’s niece, Alveda King were Trump’s special guests at the jam-packed event.

Arizona Republican Gubernatorial Candidate, Kari Lake, also joined the President in speaking at Trump’s first rally of 2022.

Many other Republicans like, U.S. Senate candidate Blake Masters, Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers, Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb, Arizona House Rep. Mark Finchem, former gubernatorial candidate Errol Webber, former State Party Chair, Kelli Ward, and more were all on hand, looking to win Trump’s favor ahead of the 2022 Midterms.

At the rally, the former President again disputed his 2020 election defeat and spoke boldly on some of the hottest contested issues in America.

“We’re done taking lectures on science from a party that tells us men are women, women are men, and the babies . . . and this is a fact, that babies can be killed even after birth,” Trump said at the rally to a crowd of a minimum of 15,000 attendees.

While the woke Left are losing their minds over Trump’s comments, GOP candidates continue tripping over themselves to be next in line to win The Donald’s backing.

And while we wait to hear his plans for 2024, all of this leaves little doubt, Donald Trump is the “Kingmaker” of the 2022 Midterms.