Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is trying to push the Republican party past Donald Trump after their relationship has plummeted down after the Jan. 6 demonstration at the Capitol.
McConnell was on Fox News when he responded to Trump’s comment that he was a failed leader and should be removed from office. McConnell said the party is “looking to the future, not the past,” with the implication that Donald Trump is the past.
“We are looking at the future, not the past. And for the future of the GOP, just watch Tim Scott’s response to Biden. He is the future, that is where we are going. We are not thinking about the past. We are moving forward,” McConnell said.
Author: Blake Ambrose
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