(RightIsRight.co) – Ever since Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) made it clear that he believed President Donald Trump was “practically and morally responsible” for the events of January 6, he’s lost favor quickly within the Republican party. Other Republican leaders, including Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC), have also made clear where their loyalties lie, likely meaning the Kentucky Senator will not hold his title for much longer.
On Wednesday, February 24, Senator Graham spoke with Newsmax, giving his take on McConnell’s current stance in the Republican Party. Graham said that while the Senate Minority Leader “can have his say,” he doesn’t think his opinions are “reflective of the Republican caucus.”
In addition, Graham shared his optimism for President Trump’s political future, saying the former president “is the most dominant voice” in the GOP. The full statement is shared here:
— SgtPepper1964 (@SPepper1964) February 25, 2021
This statement from the South Carolina Senator throws even more power behind the political movement President Trump began. With Mitch McConnell on his way out, only Republicans dedicated to making America great again will make their way into Congress, giving us hope once again for the future of our nation.
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