Despite the bevy of investigations that have been launched in his general direction of late, it’s hard to imagine anyone other than Donald Trump as the 2024 Republican nominee for President.
Sure, he hasn’t yet announced that he’s going to run, but that is likely only a precautionary decision in the service of protecting the GOP’s 2022 midterm strategy.
And, when Trump does come roaring back to the mainstream media circle, there are plenty of folks within the GOP who are likely to catch an earful…Mitch McConnell included.
Former President Donald Trump slammed Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) on Monday for funding pro-impeachment Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s (R-AK) reelection bid against challenger Kelly Tshibaka with $9 million instead of other swing state candidates, like Republican Blake Masters in Arizona.
The statement had plenty of the ol’ Trump pizazz.
“Kelly Tshibaka is doing very well in Alaska, probably leading horrendously bad Senator Lisa Murkowski, a Republican (barely!),” Trump stated in a press release. “The Democrat has no chance, and yet the Old Broken Crow, Mitchell McConnell, is authorizing $9 Million Dollars to be spent in order to beat a great Republican, Kelly, instead of $9 Million Dollars that could be used for Blake Masters, and other Republicans, that with this money would beat their Democrat opponent. Isn’t it ironic?”
Trump and McConnell have been feuding for months now, with the Senate stalwart turning on the former President just weeks after he left the White House.