How can the Republican Party survive in its current composition? Trump is the most powerful in Washington while Joe Biden divides the Republican Party into fascists and responsible little ‘d’ democracy-seeking Republicans This is a natural and necessary question as we continue to fight Mitch McConnell, a stubborn Republican. At Trump’s Pennsylvania rally against Mehmet Oz – the man who lost badly in the polls – Trump said Mitch McConnell should be despised. (Story continues below):
Trump’s problem with McConnell is the same problem Trump has with everyone who makes him uncomfortable. Trump thinks McConnell “allowed” Trump to lose in his 2020. To the extent that McConnell said he “allowed” Trump to lose in 2020, it proves Biden right. McConnell was not ready to become a full fascist. However, 2024 is yet to be seen.
What we do know is that Trump is trying to divide the Republican Party.now more likely than not keep the democrats Especially now that Ron Johnson and Marco Rubio appear to be weakening in the polls, their Senate majority.
If Democrats keep Mitch McConnell in the minority in the Senate, it will be backed by Trump’s endorsement. Herschel Walker is one of the few Republicans who could lose Georgia. Mehmet Oz isn’t even from Pennsylvania, so he’s devastated. JD even Vance he’s running one of the worst campaigns ever and could cede Ohio to the Democrats. States Trump easily won.
So it is true that Trump continues to divide and narrow the Republican Party. The problem is that MAGA slices are made to the extreme and remain strong enough to cause massive damage to the country. Oh, and — if Donald Trump was the Republican nominee, you could bet McConnell would endorse Trump.
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