Many Republicans are speculating how to proceed in regards to remaining vocal supporters of Donald J. Trump.
There is no doubt Trump has a strong pro-America legacy and made an unprecedented impact on the federal judiciary. However, some in the GOP are reluctant to continue in their support of Trump for fear of the repercussions inside and out of the DC beltway.
But Lindsey Graham doesn’t think the decision is that difficult.
“I know that Trump can be a handful, but he is the most dominant figure in the Republican Party,” said Graham. “We don’t have a snowball’s chance in hell of taking the majority without Donald Trump.”
Graham is concerned that Mitch McConnell’s recent speech critiquing Trump will do far more damage than good for the future of the Republican Party and the nation:
I’m sorry about what happened on January 6. [Trump] will get his fair share of blame. But to my Republican colleagues in the Senate: Let’s try to work together, realize without President Trump, we are never going to get back into the majority. And to President Trump, you are going to have to make some changes for you to reach your potential. Now, at the end of the day, we are going to hang separately, or we are going to hang together as Republicans.
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