Trump Blasts McConnell And His Leadership In Lengthy Response To Recent Criticism

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In Homer, Republican district chairman Jon Faulkner said Murkowski's support of the Trump impeachment was "the proverbial straw that broke the camel's back" for Republicans in his district.

"Where necessary and appropriate, I will back primary rivals who espouse Making America Great Again and our policy of America First".

"If we're going to win this game, if you will, or win at politics and maintain our freedoms ... then we're going to have to band together and not splinter ourselves", he said during a January 26 talk radio interview.

Mr Trump further blamed Mr McConnell for the party's loss of two Senate seats in a Georgia runoff election on 5 January, handing control of the Senate to Democrats.

Giuliani did not represent Trump in his impeachment trial because the attorney was a "witness" in the case and gave a speech at the pro-Trump rally that preceded the Capitol attack in which he told the crowd it was time for "trial by combat".

McConnell has repeatedly rebuked Trump's incitement of the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol, though he voted to acquit the former President of the charge.

"Mitch McConnell was indispensable to Donald Trump's success", Graham said.

In a statement, Jason Miller, a senior Trump adviser, accused Democrats of attempting "to score political points by continuing their witch hunt against President Trump". The former President routinely insulted his critics and political opponents, as well as members of the military, his own health experts and fellow Republicans who he did not find sufficiently loyal.

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After 50 Democratic senators and seven Republicans voted that Mr Trump was guilty - a majority in the 100-seat Senate, but not the two-thirds needed for a conviction - Mr McConnell let loose, excoriating Mr Trump for the attack that saw five people die and the halls of the U.S. legislature ransacked by his supporters. "We want brilliant, strong, thoughtful, and compassionate leadership". "So, I think there's a lot more work we need to do". "If you don't get that, you're just not looking".

The suit traces the drawn-out effort by Mr Trump and Mr Giuliani to cast doubt on the election results even though courts across the country, and state election officials, repeatedly rejected their baseless allegations of election fraud.

"In a Wall Street Journal column on Monday (local time), he repeated his claim, writing: "[Trump's] supporters stormed the Capitol because of the unhinged falsehoods he shouted into the world's largest megaphone".

"His behaviour during and after the chaos was also unconscionable". We could sit here and talk about our problems with Donald Trump, but people who support him in little ecosystem bubbles, they don't hear us screaming that we're so fed up with what he did tonight and all of these things.

Senior Trump adviser Jason Miller told the outlet Tuesday that the former NY mayor is "not now representing President Trump in any legal matters".

Trump was ultimately acquitted by the Senate, on Saturday, but seven Republican senators voted to convict him.

But if Trump violated criminal laws, the fact that he took those actions while president would not shield him from liability, said Randall Eliason, a law professor at George Washington University and a former federal prosecutor. McCarthy and Trump discussed the midterm elections in 2022, according to a readout provided by his Save America PAC.

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