However, some top Republicans in both chambers have yet to endorse Trump. After the former president rejected a Republican National Committee draft resolution that would have formally declared him the GOP’s 2024 presumptive nominee on Thursday, pressure is mounting on House and Senate leaders to back their party’s top choice.
After winning the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday and the Iowa caucuses last week, Trump picked up a number of endorsements from top House leaders. When Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) suspended his presidential campaign on Sunday and endorsed Trump, House Freedom Caucus Chair Bob Good (R-VA) followed suit after backing the Florida governor’s White House dreams.
“It is my privilege to provide my complete and total endorsement for