Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp speaks during a rally in Kennesaw, Georgia, on May 23, the eve of the state’s primaries. Kemp won the primary despite his GOP challenger, former Sen. David Perdue, being backed by Trump. The former president sought retribution for the governor’s refusal to back his efforts to ooverturn Biden’s 2020 win in the state. But Kemp, unlike so many other Republicans around the country, proved to be politically invulnerable to Trump’s wrath.
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