She is very confident.
South Carolina Rep. Nancy Mace has sworn to win her midterm reelection bid after former President Donald Trump took his endorsement away from her and gave it to her Republican challenger candidate Katie Arrington.
“I’m gonna win without him,” Mace declared during an interview with CNN. Mace lost her support of Donald Trump after she came out and openly blamed Trump for the January 6th Capitol protest. Mace further divided herself from Trump after claiming that his “entire legacy was wiped out” after what had occurred at the Capitol.
Just one day after Trump pulled his support from Mace and gave it to Arrington, Mace took a video while at Trump Tower in New York City and said, “I remember in 2015 when President Trump announced his run, I was one of his earliest supporters. I actually worked for the campaign in 2016. I worked at seven different states across the country to help get him elected. I supported him again in 2020 because of policies I believed in.”
She then said, “if you want to lose this seat once again in the midterm election cycle to Democrats, then my opponent is more than qualified to do just that.”