Trump Demands Replacement For Failed Party Leader

Waxing optimistic about the likelihood of midterm success, Donald Trump praised many rising stars in the Republican Party. However, the Former President strongly believes there should be some changes in leadership.

“We need good leadership. Mitch McConnell has not done a great job, I think they should change Mitch McConnell.”

Trump and the Kentucky Republican old-timer have had a war of words recently since McConnell insisted that then-President Trump incited the mob that eventually stormed the Capitol on Jan 6.

McConnell delivered a blistering floor speech condemning Trump for what he believed was a “violation of the oath of office” – but Trump did not stay silent.

In one of his now-famous press releases, Donald Trump eviscerated the Minority Leader:

The Kentucky Senator mostly evaded questions about Trump’s appraisal of his job performance. Instead McConnell highlighted the success of Sen. Tim Scott’s rebuttal speech to Biden’s first Congressional address.

Trump also mentioned the work he’s doing  in conjunction with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., and his group to ensure Republican victory come 2022. He believes, and many agree, “Republicans are going to take back the House.”

Donald Trump has since been dolling out highly-coveted endorsements of candidates he believes promote his America-First message so crucial for future Republican success.

Most recently the Former President endorses Susan Wright, widow to late Rep. Wright, who sadly became the first seating congressman to succumb to the coronavirus.

Author: Sebastian Hayworth