Well, it's unanimous.
Michigan's entire Republican House delegation in D.C.is endorsing Donald Trump for President in 2024.
The Detroit Free Press reports:
“We're proud to announce our full endorsement of President Donald J. Trump,” said a joint statement released by U.S. Reps. Tim Walberg of Tipton, Bill Huizenga of Holland Township, John Moolenaar of Caledonia, Jack Bergman of Watersmeet and Lisa McClain of Bruce Township.
Their statement continued: "Under the Trump presidency, America was prosperous, the economy was strong, the world was a safer place and Michiganders were better off. President Trump has proven he has the ability to deliver results on day one and also the ability to win in key battleground states like Michigan, being the only Republican to win a presidential race here since 1988.”
Freshman Congressman John James issued his own statement endorsing Trump.
Of course, there's no gaurantee Trump will endorse each of them considering his litmus test has often been whether candidates believe the 2020 election was stolen.
Democrats as well as some Republicans credit Trump with the GOP's poor showing in Michigan and elsewhere in the country in the 2022 elections because he promoted less than ideal candidates who were election deniers.