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Now that Trump is irrelevant, where do things go from here??

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“This was the biggest political fight of the midterms for Donald Trump and he lost it by double digits,” GOP operative Mike Murphy told Yahoo News. “Governor Kemp has proven that a conservative with a strong record who is not afraid to square off against Trump can not only fend off the Donald, but can actually beat the former president quite badly.

 

Who will step forward to lead the Republican Party??

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The left has the White House , Senate and the House , shouldn't you be blathering about all the great things that they have accomplished? 

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Mitt Romney for sure.  Or maybe we can get John Boehner back.  No, no…what about Susan Collins or Lisa Murkowski?

 

No, wait….  Joe Manchin!!!
 

 

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7 mins ago, pakalolo said:

The left has the White House , Senate and the House , shouldn't you be blathering about all the great things that they have accomplished? 


It sure would be easy.  “None” only takes a sec.

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 No idea. He’s been irrelevant for 17months and yet you blather on daily about him. 
What happens? Perhaps you’ll move on? 

Edited by Markushook

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81 of the of the 84 Trumps endorsed candidates won their primaries, or are so far ahead in the polls they are mostly likely going win.

 

Kemp is one of the few anomalies. 

 

Lefties always like to point to an exception as a trend.

Edited by Long Wader

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37 mins ago, codfish said:

“This was the biggest political fight of the midterms for Donald Trump and he lost it by double digits,” GOP operative Mike Murphy told Yahoo News. “Governor Kemp has proven that a conservative with a strong record who is not afraid to square off against Trump can not only fend off the Donald, but can actually beat the former president quite badly.

 

Who will step forward to lead the Republican Party??

 

15 mins ago, KarpsnKatz said:

The fear of President Trump is palpable.

Let him stay focused on Trump while this Headless Horsemen hands them their A$$es this Fall :laugh:

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8 mins ago, Harf said:

 

Let him stay focused on Trump while this Headless Horsemen hands them their A$$es this Fall :laugh:

It boils down to this: Where we better off 3 years ago than we are today? Of course we where, but let's exchange the guy who was instrumental in that success for professional grifters.

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41 mins ago, Long Wader said:

81 of the of the 84 Trumps endorsed candidates won their primaries, or are so far ahead in the polls they are mostly likely going win.

 

Kemp is one of the few anomalies. 

 

Lefties always like to point to an exception as a trend.

But according to Trump this was the one that mattered 

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I support Kemp.  I have barely heard a peep out of Trump as I dont consume that media purposely.

 

I think most of us here feel that way.  Our overriding sentiment here is hoping he does not meddle anymore.  I am eternally grateful for what he did, but its time he move on.  We have.

 

Consider doing the same.  You are for whatever reason obsessed with him.  Its strange.  When you make these threads its almost universally a SMDH moment for us all here.

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