In what would make his 21st senatorial endorsement, former President Donald Trump has secured the official backing of Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT). As he made his announcement in an interview with Fox News’ Laura Ingraham on Friday, Lee tagged the decision to vote Trump a move towards order.

According to him, the American people have to make “a rare, historically unusual” choice between two candidates who have been presidents.

Stating that one of those choices means order and putting America first while the other means lawlessness and putting America last, the Utah lawmaker made it clear that going for Trump is choosing the former of the two choices.

He also addressed Republicans who do not agree with Trump on every issue, suggesting that he is the country’s best shot at getting behind the current “status quo of lawlessness, of putting America last.”

“…it;s time to get behind Donald Trump. And I wholeheartedly endorse Donald J. Trump in his bid for the presidency in 2024,” he declared.

For Lee, Americans only have two options for who they elect to lead the country in the November election. Hence, he believes all Republicans should choose Trump “whether you like Trump or not.”

During the interview, Lee also points at President Joe Biden’s failures, including the worsening border crisis and economic policies that have made life tough for average Americans.

Unlike Biden, Trump kept his campaign promises while he was president, according to Lee, who argued that it is clear what kind of president the presidential candidate will be.

While the two had a not-so-friendly past, Lee also backed Trump’s 2020 presidential campaign. The GOP frontrunner, in turn, endorsed the senator’s 2022 reelection campaign.

Before Lee, Trump has had 20 endorsements from Republican senators, the last being Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY). Barrasso announced his endorsement during an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, saying that Trump is the president America needs to get back on track.

He touted Trump’s achievements during his administration, pointing to the economic growth under him and a more secure border.