August 26, 2022

Trump Says Mitch McConnell is a “Pawn for the Democrats”

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Former President Donald Trump accused Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) of being a “pawn for the Democrats.”

Trump issued a statement referencing an article from The Federalist that detailed McConnell and his wife, former Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao’s alleged financial ties to China.

“The Democrats have Mitch McConnell and his lovely wife, Elaine ‘Coco’ Chao, over a barrel,” Trump said. “He and she will never be prosecuted, as per the last paragraphs of [The Federalist article], as long as he continues to give the Radical Left the Trillions and Trillions of Dollars that they constantly DEMAND.”

“He was afraid to use the ‘Debt Ceiling Card’ in order to stop the most expensive waste of money in our Country’s history, to be spent on the Green New Deal, which will only cause one thing, a Depression,” he continued.

“These expenditures are something our Country can never recover from. Mitch McConnell is not an Opposition Leader, he is a pawn for the Democrats to get whatever they want. He is afraid of them, and will not do what has to be done. A new Republican Leader in the Senate should be picked immediately!”

Source: CBS News

9 comments on Trump Says Mitch McConnell is a “Pawn for the Democrats”

  1. Ger says:

    Agree. Replace him immediately. Get rid of McConnell

    1. Von Potter says:

      McConnell has been a switch hitter for a long time………..Seems he never really knows which team he is supposed to be for…….He reminds me of JB……….A total dementia politician that must be in the sights of SOROS……

  2. kurt gandenberger says:

    i like tim scott, rand paul, ted cruz and several others who might prove less “collegial.” now we are facing about 6 trillion in new deficit spending. congress has to stop spending like drunken sailors and biden is merely a drinking buddy.

  3. MikeL says:

    McConnell i definitely part of the “good old boys” network in the DC Swamp. He is more loyal to his Congressional colleagues – of both parties – than to his party’s unofficial leader and to Main Street Americans.

  4. Joe says:

    Cocaine mitch, the rhino,needs to be removed from majority leader, he’s nothing but a traitor, a wolf in sheep’s clothes, mccarthy needs to be removed as speaker, he is also worthless,we need Jim Jordan as speaker of the house,If this isn’t done, I along with many patriots will not vote republican, so u better get that through, your thick skulls. Were fed up with the government screwing Americans over, u best heed the warning,or pay dearly in the mid=terms,u are already in trouble with dumbocraps gaining ground. Wake the hell up, or watch this country turn into hidenbiden’s banana republic of socialism.

  5. Don says:

    A bought and paid for pawn.

  6. Judy says:

    McConnell and his Chinese wife are making our country weaker and weaker along with Biden and his administration to enable our enemies like China to come and take us over. We have given McConnell and the other Rinos too much power and they want to destroy our country and citizens. Remember McConnell gave the Republicans’ campaign money to Liz Chaney. McConnell must be stopped soon.

  7. Papa Bear says:

    McConnell seems to be doing his level best to loose the Senate in the midterm elections. First off, with half the country pissed off about row v wade being over turned by SCOTUS good old “Turtle” manages to piss of the republican base by allowing not one, but two gun control measures to slip through without even a token amount of resistance from the GOP. Then he come out bad mouthing the parties candidates for the midterms. He must be afraid the (hopefully) new Senators will not kneel down and kiss his ring when they get there. Hey Kentucky, do us all a favor, and vote this Goofy out of office the next time he’s up for election!

  8. Is the state of Kentucky unread or careless, that they will continue sending a compromiser like McConnell to the senate to represent them, when there are many others who won’t sell their country out for personal gain? I thought the history of Kentucky was such that they fought such cronism, or have they forgotten their past history?

    Dr Lar

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