According to reports, Mitch McConnell is tucking his tail again and begging Trump’s forgiveness.
I wouldn’t call it “begging,” so I would call it “groveling.”
This new rumor follows President Trump’s recent attack on Mitch, in which he referred to him as a “dumb son of a b*tch.”
Join The True Defender Telegram Chanel Here: https://t.me/TheTrueDefender
Since Mitch attempted to throw Trump under the bus after the January 6th brawl, the two men have been at odds.
Mitch made a mistake and felt he might use the incident to put the final nail in Trump’s coffin…
And boy, was he mistaken.
Trump retaliated, and a “battle” ensued…
As you would expect, dopey, establishment Mitch was on the losing end of that battle.
McConnell is now ducking for cover and avoiding any and all confrontation with Trump while Trump continues to fire rounds at him.
Instead, Mitch is knelt and attempting to put an end to his feud in order to “unite” the party….more like save his butt.
Clearly, McConnell recognizes that without Trump, the Republican Party – and he – is as dead as a doornail.
Take a look at his pitiful statement:
The following Saturday evening, Trump lashed out at McConnell at a Republican donor gathering, blaming him for the party’s loss of the White House.
“They would never allow it to happen if it were Schumer instead of this stupid son of a bitch Mitch McConnell. “They must have battled it,” Trump said of Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) and the election outcome.
On Tuesday, McConnell said he didn’t want to get involved in Trump’s food war and that he’s more concerned with uniting the Republican Party to oppose what he considers President Biden’s “far-left” agenda.
“What I’m focused on is the future, and what we’re dealing with here is a completely left-wing administration with a slim House majority and a 50-50 Senate seeking to turn America into something that no one voted for last year,” McConnell told reporters.
These remarks are a far cry from McConnell’s remarks a few months earlier, in which he blamed Trump for the Capitol protests and, potentially, the GOP’s entire demise.
Here’s a rundown of his heinous remarks:
“The mob was fed lies,” McConnell said in the chamber, which had been evacuated two weeks ago when rioters broke into the house. “The president and other influential people provoked them.”
On the day before President-elect Joe Biden was to be sworn in as the 46th president, the GOP leader made a clear connection between the Republican president’s rhetoric and the Jan. 6 riot, which left five people dead.
McConnell has defied Democratic pressure to schedule Trump’s impeachment trial until he leaves office, but he has informed colleagues that he is undecided on whether Trump should be found guilty of inciting the riot in the Senate.