Ryan Binkley withdraws his White House bid and backs Trump.

On Tuesday, Ryan Binkley, a Republican, declared his endorsement of former President Donald Trump and the suspension of his presidential candidacy.

In the four early-state nomination contests, Texas pastor and businessman Binkley received little more than 2,000 votes. Politico claims that he trailed behind candidates who had already withdrawn in South Carolina and New Hampshire.

The following is what Binkley said on X: “I am endorsing and resolutely supporting President Trump, and I am hereby suspending my campaign for the presidency of the United States of America.” Thank you to the hundreds of volunteers who helped spread the word about my vision, as well as my family, friends, campaign staff, and more than 80,000 financial backers.

“None of this could have happened without your work, prayers, love, and generosity. Throughout my campaign, I have witnessed our party’s struggle to balance the accusations of corruption and indictments against President Trump with the need for a fresh vision. I will continue to support him, as he will need everyone’s.

“I’m still fully committed to my ideas for the economy, border security, and healthcare, even though it’s time for me to return to my family, company, and church and take care of the duties I’ve been given. I’m excited to think of more ways to influence others and advance my policy views.”

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