Republican Party is still Trump's party as voters don't want return to 'establishment ways'

Breitbart journalist Emma-Jo Morris says Republican voters 'still want somebody who is going to fight for their interest'

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The Republican Party is still Donald Trump’s party with voters not wanting to return to its “establishment ways”.

Emma-Jo Morris, Breitbart journalist and ex-New York post believes that Republican voters “still want somebody who is going to fight for their interest”.

Her comments come after JD Vance won the Ohio Republican Senate Primary yesterday.

Mr Vance was someway behind in the voting with just weeks to go in the race.

Emma-Jo Morris speaking to Nigel Farage
Emma-Jo Morris speaking to Nigel Farage
JD Vance won the Ohio Republican Senate Primary yesterday
JD Vance won the Ohio Republican Senate Primary yesterday

But former President Mr Trump then opted to endorse Mr Vance, which led to him winning.

As a result, he will now be the Republican candidate running for senate.

Speaking in a conversation on the incident with GB News’ Nigel Farage, Ms Morris said: “JD was struggling throughout most of the campaign and then all of a sudden Donald Trump swoops in and made that endorsement which I think is absolutely brilliant and a perfect endorsement for Trump, a perfect fit for him.

“He did a rally for JD and he took off, and it goes to show this is still Trump’s party.

She added: “The GOP, the Republican Party is not going back to its establishment ways, the voters are not ready for that and they don’t want that.

“They still want somebody who is going to fight for their interest, which often clash with the interests of the establishment, of Washington.

“Because that city and the belt way in general, even in New York, is so far removed from the reality and the life of the voters and the people in the rest of the country.”