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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has reportedly been speaking ill of former President Donald Trump, according to one of his 2020 campaign officials.
One-time Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale took to Twitter Wednesday to share a report from Kentucky.com regarding comments that the GOP Senate leader allegedly made about the former president.
McConnell reportedly said that the Republican Party was moving away from Trump and that he was not a threat, personally, to him or his position as GOP Senate leader
“Trump is fading vs McConnell’s Republican party? McConnell might want to get out of Washington soon. Kentucky would choose Trump over McConnell in a heartbeat. #swamp,” Parscale tweeted, referencing the Washington, D.C. political “swamp” Trump often vowed to “drain” when he ran for president in 2016.
Advertisement Trump is fading vs McConnell’s Republican party? McConnell might want to get out of Washington soon. Kentucky would choose Trump over McConnell in a heartbeat. #swamp https://t.co/lj8TRLAWvk — Brad Parscale (@parscale) September 23, 2021 Kentucky.com reported :
Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell believes the Republican Party is moving away from Trumpism and views the former president as a weight on his chances of reclaiming the majority next year.
That’s according to “Peril,” the new book by legendary journalist Bob Woodward and veteran reporter Robert Costa. The book quotes McConnell calling former President Donald Trump, “a fading brand. Retired. OTTB as they say in Kentucky — off-the-track Thoroughbred.”
“There is a clear trend moving” the party away from Trump, McConnell said, according to the book’s authors.“Sucking up to Donald Trump is not a strategy that works,” he reportedly added.“The only place I can see Trump and me actually at loggerheads would be if he gets behind some clown who clearly can’t win,” McConnell is also quoted as saying in Peril, regarding Trump’s endorsement of candidates ahead of the 2022 and 2024 elections. “To have a chance of getting the Senate back, you have to have the most electable candidates possible.” Newsweek added that McConnell’s comments were allegedly made earlier this year, but recent polling […]
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