The RINOs believe that President Donald Trump is partly responsible for the disappointing results of the 2018 midterm elections. They want you to blame him for doing something that was not ideal. Karl Karl, Paul Ryan, and David Frumm's readers want you to leave Trump behind and follow Team DeSantis.
Charlie Hurt, the Washington Times' opinion editor, thinks that it's unfair to blame the president for the results of the elections. He defended Trump during an interview with the conservative news outlet, and he noted that the establishment Republican party is wrong to blame the president for the state of the country.
He noted that the finger-pointing by the establishment Republican party is ridiculous. For instance, he noted that even though the establishment picked Kelly Loeffler and Martha McSally for Senate, they lost in 2020.
He noted that the two women who were selected by the establishment Republican party were able to gain an advantage by not having to face voters. They were also able to hold on to their seats because of incumbency.
He also noted that the establishment Republican party only lost a seat by picking Kelly Loeffler instead of Herschel Walker.
Although Trump is partly responsible for the loss of a seat in Georgia, he should also be held accountable for the establishment Republican party's decision to pick Kelly Loeffler instead of Walker.
He also pointed out that the establishment Republican party was unable to find candidates that the voters wanted to support.
The establishment Republican party was also criticized for not finding candidates that the voters wanted to support. This is because, if they're the party that's supposed to be good at all these things, then why do they pick people who aren't popular with the voters?
The way the establishment chooses candidates is similar to that of the "Jeb!" decision-making process. For instance, the establishment Republican party would often pick losers such as Loeffler and Jeb!, who are unable to get the support of the voters. On the other hand, Trump would often support candidates such as JD Vance, Kari Lake, and Blake Masters, who can get the base excited about going out and voting. According to Charlie Hurt, the GOP needs to improve its polling skills.
The establishment Republican party was able to maintain its majority in the Senate by electing Patty Murray, who was able to win by a margin of three points. However, it's troubling to see that many of the Trump voters did not show up in other states. For instance, in Florida, the president's supporters showed up in large numbers. They also showed up in Ohio and North Carolina.
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