The Senate GOP leader came to a Fox News interview prepared to talk about the current president equally prepared to not talk about the former president. But Mitch McConnell ended up making news about Donald Trump anyway. What is the thinking behind McConnell’s statement — less than two weeks after his scathing criticism of Trump — that he would support the former president if he is the Republican Party nominee in 2024? It’s a safe bet McConnell doesn’t believe there is a way in the world Trump will be the Republican Party nominee in 2024. All that, plus McConnell on President Biden’s move to “the progressive route.”

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  1. colleenb Member
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    Great insight as always. However, I just don’t think Mark Meadows is all that politically savvy these days. I think his time as up and gone.

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  2. Taras Coolidge
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    colleenb (View Comment):

    Great insight as always. However, I just don’t think Mark Meadows is all that politically savvy these days. I think his time as up and gone.

    His “get up and go” has got up and gone?

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  3. Richard Easton Member
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    The Rs did not lost control of the House in 2020.

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