Republicans in congressional districts Biden won are largely silent about Trump support
House Republicans representing districts that voted for President Biden in the 2020 presidential election are largely quiet over whether they would welcome support from former President Donald Trump, and if they would offer their support to him should he run for president again in 2024.
Only one responded through a statement from his office with what appeared to be a clear intention to avoid Trump.
"Rep. Bacon is not seeking the endorsement of President Trump and is not looking towards 2024 at this time, but focusing on 2022 and taking back control of the House," the statement from the office of Rep. Don Bacon, R-Neb., read.
Fox News Digital also reached out to the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) for comment on the lack of responses from the group of Republicans.
Spokesperson Chris Taylor responded by accusing them of trying to escape from the party's "MAGA agenda."
"Republicans like Don Bacon will try to run away from their party’s extremist MAGA agenda like chickens.
2024 POLL: DESANTIS EDGES TRUMP IN NEW HAMPSHIRE, WHICH HOLDS THE FIRST PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARYRepublicans currently hold 210 seats of the 218 needed for a majority.
Trump has already made a swath of endorsements in primary races across the country, but with mixed results.
Although his endorsed candidates have maintained a high winning percentage, many of them ran in uncontested or noncompetitive races.
Trump has seen success with other high-profile endorsements, including Dr. Mehmet Oz, the Republican nominee for Senate in Pennsylvania, and Katie Britt, the Republican nominee for Senate in Alabama.
CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPOther Republicans have also avoided seeking Trump's endorsement, including Republican Florida Gov.
DeSantis is considered a possible Trump rival for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, but has not yet said if he is going to run.