[Waukesha, Wis.] — In case you missed it, Tim Michels flip-flopped in less than 24 hours this week over whether or not he would support Trump for President in 2024. The flip-flop is the latest in a series of high-profile mistakes from Michels down the stretch of the campaign, proving that you can’t trust Tim.
Check out what they’re saying:
From WBAY in Green Bay: “I wish he was president today and had four more years,” Michels said, adding, “If he runs in 2024 if he does I will support him and I will endorse him. We need somebody like that in Washington, D.C.” That’s not necessarily what Michels said the day before during a town hall that was televised to a statewide audience.
From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: “Now, 2024 — I’m focused on this election right now. I have made no commitments to any candidates in 2024. What I’m focusing on is beating Tony Evers.” Michels reversed course on Tuesday, promising in a tweet to back Trump in 2024.
From the Associated Press: Michels has stumbled at times. He flip-flopped this week when asked whether he would back a Trump run in 2024, first refusing to say, then 24 hours later saying he would back Trump for president. At an earlier debate, he didn’t appear to know what DACA — Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, a highly contentious immigration program — stood for. And he’s faced criticism for purchasing $30 million in properties in New York and Connecticut between 2015 and 2020 and splitting time between Wisconsin and the East Coast, where his children attended and graduated from high school.
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