Trump Allies Distance from Heritage Foundation's Project 2025

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Several Trump allies have distanced themselves from the Heritage Foundation's Project 2025, following former President Donald Trump's move to do the same. The project, which includes a 900-page document calling for significant reforms to the federal government, has been drawn up by the Heritage Foundation in coordination with other like-minded groups.

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), who has been rumored to be a potential Trump vice presidential candidate, was asked about the project during a Sunday interview with CNN. Rubio stated that "think tanks do think tank stuff" and that the candidate for president is Donald Trump. He added that he agrees with some of the things the Heritage Foundation stands for.

Stephen Miller, a former top Trump adviser, also distanced himself from the initiative. A Project 2025 spokesperson told The Epoch Times that it does not back any particular presidential candidate, including former President Trump.

Despite this, top Democrats and the Biden reelection campaign have asserted that the former president is connected to the initiative. Project 2025 includes a number of people who worked in the Trump administration, including Russ Vought, who was the former president's director of the Office of Management and Budget.

The Heritage Foundation has been a leading conservative think tank for decades, and its Project 2025 aims to provide policy and personnel recommendations for the next conservative president. However, the recent distancing of Trump allies from the project raises questions about its future and the role it will play in the upcoming election.

It is worth noting that the mainstream media has been quick to criticize the project and its supporters, despite its focus on conservative principles and limited government. As always, it is important for Americans to do their own research and make informed decisions about the issues that matter most to them.


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