The Republican presidential candidate Ryan Binkley drops out and endorses Donald Trump

Ryan Binkley throws support behind Trump amid ‘corrupt allegations and indictments,’ encourages others to do the same

Republican presidential candidate Ryan Binkley

Republican presidential candidate Ryan Binkley withdrew from the race on Tuesday and promptly endorsed former President Donald Trump.

“Today, I am suspending my campaign for the Presidency of the United States of America and extending my endorsement and steadfast support to President Trump,” Binkley wrote on X.

Binkley, a Texas pastor and businessman who transitioned into a presidential candidate, expressed gratitude to his family, friends, campaign team, over 80,000 financial supporters, and hundreds of volunteers.

“When I began this journey, it was with a message in my heart that our country needs to awaken to the fact that the unsustainable deficit spending and debt path we are on will undoubtedly lead us to a generational economic disruption,” Binkley wrote Tuesday. “I believe that we can get off that path and begin a journey to balance the federal budget by transforming and demonopolizing the healthcare system which has been bankrupting our nation. I also felt deeply that as bad as the U.S. fiscal and monetary policy is, the political corruption and cultural divide in our country is an even greater threat. Throughout my campaign, I have seen our party struggle to find a place for a new vision while weighing the corrupt allegations and indictments against President Trump. He will need everyone’s support, and he will have mine moving forward.”

Binkley, the co-founder and current CEO/president of Generational Equity Group, a merger and acquisitions business advisory based in Texas, declared his candidacy in April of last year.

Republican presidential candidate Ryan Binkley

“Currently, our nation is facing challenges of division and financial instability. However, there is hope: through unity, we can work together to enact positive change and renew our faith in God, freedom, and one another,” stated Binkley’s website.

After less than a year on the campaign trail, Binkley withdrew his 2024 bid for the White House. His campaign centered around key issues such as immigration reform and border controls, economic revitalization, healthcare privatization, harnessing affordable energy sources like nuclear energy, and advocating for pro-life policies.

Republican presidential candidate Ryan Binkley

“While it’s time for me to return to my family, business, and church to fulfill the responsibilities I’ve been entrusted with, I remain committed to advancing my plans for the economy, border security, and healthcare,” Binkley’s message continued on Tuesday. “I eagerly anticipate exploring other avenues through which I can make a positive impact and advocate for my policy positions. Thank you once again for joining us on this journey. Let’s continue to pray for our nation and its leaders. By seeking wisdom and strength from one another, we can aspire to a future that surpasses our expectations. I eagerly await what tomorrow brings.”

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