In Anchorage, Trump favors ‘God, guns and oil,’ plus Tshibaka, Palin and Dunleavy


In front of more than 5,000 cheering supporters at the Alaska Airlines Center in Anchorage, former President Donald Trump fulfilled a year-old promise to campaign in Alaska against incumbent U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski, one of seven Republicans who voted in favor of his conviction following the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection that targeted Congress.

With a 90-minute speech that included a story about a trip to Iraq, conversations with foreign leaders and his thoughts on a variety of issues, Trump endorsed Murkowski’s lead Republican challenger, Kelly Tshibaka, in this year’s U.S. Senate election.

Trump also endorsed former Gov. Sarah Palin — a longtime Trump supporter — for Alaska’s sole U.S. House

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