News Tech: Mitch McConnell, the leader of the Senate minority, stated on Thursday that while Republicans may win the House in the upcoming midterm elections in November, they are unlikely to switch the Senate because to “candidate quality.” McConnell is not the only one making this prediction, and former president Donald Trump did not like it. Where did we learn this? Because he used Truth Social to inform us of this, calling the Kentucky legislator a “broken down hack” and insulting his wife (who just so happened to be a member of Trump’s Cabinet).
Trump is probably irritated by McConnell’s remarks since three of the senatorial candidates he has backed are trailing in the polls and their defeats would help Democrats keep control of the chamber. Dr. Mehmet Oz is one of those candidates. He humiliates himself almost daily, whether it’s over crudités and salsa or the amount of houses he owns. Another is Herschel Walker, a “pathological liar” who “lies like he’s breathing,” according to his own campaign crew. The third candidate is Blake Masters, who, if people were voting today, would lose to Senator Mark Kelly by eight points, per a Fox News survey.
Yes, on Saturday the ex-president logged on to his sad social media network and angrily typed: “Why do Republicans [sic] Senators allow a broken down hack politician, Mitch McConnell, to openly disparage hard working Republican candidates for the United States Senate. This is such an affront to honor and to leadership. He should spend more time (and money!) helping them get elected, and less time helping his crazy wife and family get rich on China!”
Given that McConnell, with whom Trump mostly enjoyed an axis-of-evil kind of alliance while in the White House, made the Senate prediction, Trump is probably particularly irate about it; he has since made it apparent that he wouldn’t mind seeing the man shoved off a cliff. (Trump described McConnell as “dour, morose, and unsmiling” last year and claimed that he lacked “political acumen, wisdom, competence, and charisma. McConnell “doesn’t have what it takes, never did, and never will,” he continued. Additionally, it was apparently necessary to persuade him to refrain from calling the Kentucky congressman “too many chins but not enough smarts.”
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