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Donald Trump Rips Mitch McConnell For Funding RINO Murkowski


Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has drawn the ire of many conservatives for publically appearing to concede his party’s chances to flip control of the upper chamber.

The influential politician partly blamed “candidate quality” as a key factor in critical races that could determine the balance of power in Congress.

“I think there’s probably a greater likelihood the House flips than the Senate,” the minority leader anticipated.

“Senate races are just different, they’re statewide. Candidate quality has a lot to do with the outcome,” McConnell added.

On Monday, former President Donald Trump slammed Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY)  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.

“Kelly Tshibaka is doing very well in Alaska, probably leading horrendously bad Senator Lisa Murkowski, a Republican (barely!),” Trump stated in a press release.

Trump also took to his social media platform to blast the Senate Minority leader’s poor decisions.

“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’s direct criticism, comes only 29 days out from the upcoming midterm elections on November 8th.

Trump-endorsed Republican Blake Masters in the swing state of Arizona who is running neck and neck against the incumbent Sen. Mark Kelly (D-AZ), whose voting record matches socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) over 90 percent of the time in the 2021-2022 campaign cycle.

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Tshibaka and Murkowski are in a very close race.

Polls show both candidates tied and within the margin of error, even though Murkowski has spent about $7.5 million more dollars than Tshibaka, who has out-raised the incumbent with in-state contributions.

Eighty-five percent of Murkowski’s funds have come from out-of-state donors, such as McConnell and other establishment allies.

The large percentage of the money raised by Murkowski outside the state raises questions about where her interests lie.

The establishment senator has voted nine times with Democrats in the last two years and has vowed to assist President Joe Biden’s agenda to move forward if she is elected.

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