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Trump scrambles to fend off Oz challenger in Pennsylvania Senate race

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NEWTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA - MAY 11: Pennsylvania U.S. Senate candidate Kathy Barnette walks off the stage after speaking during a Republican leadership forum at Newtown Athletic Club on May 11, 2022 in Newtown, Pennsylvania.

In the May 17 Republican prim HARRISBURG - Sensing a threat in Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate race, Donald Trump issued a warning Thursday that surging Republican candidate Kathy Barnette would threaten the GOP’s chances of holding the seat in November and urged voters to back his pick, celebrity heart surgeon Mehmet Oz.The former president’s statement echoed growing panic among his allies and Barnette's rivals over her sudden and unforeseen rise ahead of the state’s Tuesday primary.Barnette "will never be able to win" in a general election matchup against Democrats, Trump said in a statement, adding that Oz "is the only one" who can defeat the Democratic nominee."A vote for anyone else in the Primary is a vote against Victory in the Fall!" Trump wrote.Democrats are deciding among a four-person field including the state's elected lieutenant governor, John Fetterman, three-term U.S.

Rep. Conor Lamb and state Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta. Fetterman, who comes from the party's progressive wing, has led polls and fundraising.Pennsylvania’s Republican Senate primary had been primarily an expensive duel between Oz, best known as the host of daytime TV’s "The Dr.

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