Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.), the No. 2 Republican in the Senate, dismissed former President Donald Trump’s criticisms of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and called on the GOP to embrace party unity.
Trump pilloried McConnell several weeks ago in a lengthy statement, saying that the longtime Kentucky senator’s leadership would lead to losses in 2022 and 2024—noting that McConnell did not embrace his calls to provide $2,000 stimulus payments, while top Democrats did. It came after McConnell, in a Wall Street Journal opinion article, said it was Trump’s post-election statements that led to the 2020 loss of the Senate.
The 45th president reportedly strongly criticized McConnell during a speech to donors on Saturday.
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Former President Donald Trump threw his support behind former presidential opponent Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) for re-election, saying, ”Marco will never let the people of Florida or this country down.”
“It is my honor to give U.S. Senator Marco Rubio my Complete and Total Endorsement,” Trump said in a statement. “Marco has been a tireless advocate for the people of Florida, fighting to cut taxes, supporting our Second Amendment, our Military and our Vets, a strong national defense, and all of the forgotten men and women of America.”
“Rand Paul has done a fantastic job for our Country, and for the incredible people of Kentucky. He fights against the Swamp in Washington, the Radical Left Liberals, and especially the destructive RINOS, of which there are far too many, in Congress.” - Trump
Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows claimed that there is a “better than 50-50” chance that former President Donald Trump runs for president again.
“I’m feeling great about President Trump’s willingness to serve once again in the Oval Office,” he said in an interview with former Trump administration official Sebastian Gorka.
Meadows, who did not elaborate, said that Trump is “making all the preparations necessary” for another White House bid and is being “encouraged by his friends” and ex-Trump administration staffers.
Twitter will not put former President Donald Trump’s tweets back on its platform, the company said this week, making it more difficult for the National Archives (NARA) to archive the missives Trump sent when he was commander-in-chief.
“Given that we permanently suspended @realDonaldTrump, the content from the account will not appear on Twitter as it did previously or as archived administration accounts do currently, regardless of how NARA decides to display the data it has preserved,” a Twitter spokesperson told news outlets in a statement.
Waiting on trump to start his own social media site...