David Perdue caps his campaign for Georgia governor with a racist remark against Stacey Abrams and a Trump tele-rally

Former US President Donald Trump speaks during the American Freedom Tour at the Austin Convention Center May 14, 2022 in Austin, Texas. Brandon Bell/Getty Images
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Donald Trump asked Georgians at the last minute to vote for David Perdue and defeat Brian Kemp.
Trump joined Perdue in a Monday night telerally while the candidate is trailing his rival in the polls.
Perdue, a former US senator, joined the Georgia gubernatorial campaign in December at Trump's urging.
Former US Senator David Perdue ended his campaign for Georgia governor on Monday with a racist smack at Democratic nominee Stacey Abrams and a telerally with former President Donald Trump.
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During Monday's telerally, Trump reiterated his support for the former US Senator.
"Our country, I don't think it's ever been in worse shape than it is now," Trump said, adding that the result of Tuesday's Georgia primary was "critical" in restoring the Republican majority in the Senate. Perdue is one of eight candidates -- including Abrams and incumbent Governor Brian Kemp -- running for governor of Georgia.
Trump urged Georgia residents to vote for Perdue because he is "100% MAGA."
“You will look back in the years to come. And you will say that was a great vote, just as I hope you feel that your vote was a great vote for me," Trump said on the 11-minute phone rally.
Trump has been attempting to oust Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensbeger since the duo duly endorsed Joe Biden's 2020 election victory. Kemp and Raffensperger conducted a nationwide audit and oversaw multiple recounts of the more than 5 million votes cast by Georgians in the 2020 presidential campaign.
Her refusal to endorse Trump's baseless allegations of voter fraud relegated her to the disloyal camp. The vengeful single-term president has haunted her ever since.
Trump claimed Monday that Kemp "allowed the Georgia election to be rigged and stolen."
"I don't think Kemp can do that," he said of the possibility of the incumbent governor winning the primary. "He has too many people in the Republican Party who will refuse to vote."
However, Perdue has claimed he would not have confirmed the 2020 Georgia election.
On Monday, Perdue also delivered a racial slap to Abrams
"When she said to black farmers, 'You don't have to be on the farm,' and she said to black workers in hospitality and all that, 'You don't have to be,' — she demeans her own race when it comes to that," he said participants at a campaign stop in Dunwoody, Georgia, about Abrams, a black woman: "I'm really over it. She should never be considered material for the governor of any state, let alone our state - where she hates living." ."
"She said that Georgia is the worst place to live in the country," he also said during the rally. "Hey, she's not from here. Let her go back to where she came from if she doesn't like it here."
Abrams moved to Georgia in high school and previously served in the state legislature. At a fundraiser for Gwinnett County Democrats near Atlanta, Abrams said she was "tired of hearing about being the best state in the country to do business when we're the worst state in the country to live in." .
"If you're number 48 in mental health, if you're number one in maternal mortality, if you have a rising incarceration rate and falling wages, then you're not number one place to live in the United States," Abrams said.
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