Brian Kemp Commits to Supporting Trump Should He Secure the GOP Nomination, Despite Their Past Feud and Challenges Faced

Donald Trump possesses a considerable number of political adversaries, with his well-publicized dispute with Republican Governor Brian Kemp of Georgia standing out.

However, the saying “politics create unusual alliances” appears apt, as Kemp recently announced his commitment to backing Trump should he secure the Republican nomination for the Presidency.

The public feud, as highlighted by The Conservative Brief, primarily stemmed from Kemp’s criticism of Trump’s refusal to accept the outcome of the 2020 election.

The situation escalated when Kemp offered unfavorable testimony during his deposition by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, relating to the 2020 Georgia election.

Tensions further mounted as Governor Kemp chose not to initiate an impeachment inquiry against Fani Willis, despite calls from multiple state lawmakers, citing her handling of the Trump indictment in August.

State Senator Colton Moore fervently urged Kemp to consider impeachment proceedings against Willis, emphasizing, “We should explore defunding her office and, if deemed necessary, pursue impeachment against Fani Willis.”

Moore added, “As a Georgia State Senator, I am officially calling for an emergency session to review the actions of Fani Willis. America is under attack. I’m not going to sit back and watch as radical left prosecutors weaponize their elected offices to politically target their opponents.”

As reported by Fox News, Kemp opted not to proceed, asserting that he hadn’t encountered enough compelling evidence to warrant convening a special legislative session for the impeachment matter.

Kemp’s unexpected endorsement of Trump was revealed during an interview with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Kemp said of Trump: “Despite all of that, despite all of his other trials and tribulations, he would still be a lot better than Biden. And the people serving in the administration would be a lot better than Joe Biden…”

Kemp added, “And it has nothing to do with being a coward. It has everything to do with winning and reversing the ridiculous, obscene positions of Joe Biden and this administration that literally, in a lot of ways, are destroying our country.”

The Governor expressed his belief that if Trump were to secure the nomination, he would carry Georgia in the 2024 election, despite Trump’s previous disputes over his loss in the state in 2020.

Kemp’s prediction came with a qualifier: “But I also think he stands a very good chance of losing if he continues to talk about the stolen 2020 election,” Kemp said. “If [Trump] continues, like he’s done in the past, to attack other good Republicans who don’t agree with him 100 percent of the time, there’s a good chance he can lose the election,” Kemp warned.