In 2022, it is becoming more apparent that if a politician wishes to be a leader in today’s Republican Party, he or she must be free of any vestige of Trump Derangement Syndrome. Much to the chagrin of many establishment figures, it is evident that former President Donald Trump isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. There are indications showing Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) could be learning this lesson the hard way after the upcoming midterm elections.
Dealing With Trump
During a recent interview with Fox News's Sean Hannity, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) suggested he may not support McConnell as the leader of Senate Republicans. The lawmaker stated that any GOP leader must “have a working relationship with President Donald Trump.”
Graham pointed out that Trump is “the most consequential Republican since Ronald Reagan” and that if he runs, “he’ll get re-elected in 2024.” ...
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