Sen. Lindsey Graham set to campaign with Trump in South Carolina
The list of constituents joining team Trump is growing.
Trump will be supported by Republican Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina.
In addition, Trump's team will now include South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster.
The South Carolinians will join Trump at his first 2024 campaign event later in January.
"South Carolina will be an early-voting state and could easily be a determining factor in the Republican primary," according to Breitbart News.
Trump will be "at the Statehouse in Columbia on Jan. 28 and will unveil his South Carolina leadership team," Associated Press reported.
"A source close to the campaign confirmed that the event will also include members of South Carolina’s congressional delegation along with state lawmakers. South Carolina Rep. Russell Fry (R), who unseated pro-impeachment Rep. Tom Rice (R) in last year’s mid-term primary, told the AP he will also be attending the event," reported Breitbart.
The AP reported:
Among remaining Republicans in South Carolina’s U.S. House delegation, Rep. William Timmons' office said he would attend Trump’s event, Rep. Jeff Duncan’s office said he would not, and a spokesman for Rep. Ralph Norman said his attendance wasn’t certain. A representative for Rep. Joe Wilson didn’t immediately return a message Tuesday.
According to South Carolina government officials, the Trump campaign has blocked off 3 a.m. to 10 p.m. at a variety of sites inside and outside the Statehouse building, planning for "500 attendees.