On Wednesday, Pence advocated for Kleefisch there with Walker, saying, "There is no possibility for lead representative in America that is more proficient, more experienced or a more demonstrated moderate than Rebecca Kleefisch."
After two days, Trump held a meeting in Waukesha for Michels, slamming Kleefisch as the "handpicked up-and-comer of the bombed foundation, the RINOs, the Washington swamp."
Michels, as far as it matters for him, utilized his time in front of an audience at the meeting to condemn Evers on wrongdoing and training while at the same time promising, "We will have political race honesty here in Wisconsin." Michels, as Kleefisch, has promised to dispose of the Wisconsin Elections Commission, a bipartisan association that manages decisions in the state.
The convention came only days after Michels said he wouldn't resolve to support Trump assuming that he ran for president again in 2024. The following day, Michels turned around course, promising to back Trump assuming he ran once more.
Michels, who has said he concurs with Trump's cases of electoral misrepresentation in the 2020 political decision, said at a July 24 discussion against Kleefisch and Ramthun that he wouldn't focus on "decertifying" Wisconsin's political race results as Trump has requested.
"It's anything but really important," Michels said at the discussion, days after Trump said on his Truth Social site that Michels "gets no opportunity" of winning the assignment in the event that he isn't "solid on the Rigged and Stolen Election."
Once more, michels backtracked, saying days after the fact at a competitor municipal center that he'd consider marking a bill that would decertify the 2020 political decision results — despite the fact that there is no genuine legitimate vehicle, under state or government regulation, to cancel a state's electing votes.