With Daniel McCarthy, contributor to Spectator USA and editor of Modern Age. On the podcast, he talks to Freddy Gray about how Sessions was defeated by the new cyborg that is the Republican party — half-Trump, half-GOP machine of old, and what this means for Trump’s re-election prospects.

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  1. Taras Coolidge

    McCarthy’s take on the Alabama Senate primary doesn’t add up.

    If there was a candidate who represented the Republican establishment in that race, it was obviously the veteran politician, Jeff Sessions, not Tommy Tuberville, the Trumpian insurgent.

    As of the halfway point, no one had mentioned that the issue with Jeff Sessions’ recusal was not that he refused to stop the Justice Department investigation into the President’s imaginary ties to Russia; but that with the recusal, Rod Rosenstein was freed to appoint Robert Mueller special counsel, with dire effects on Donald Trump‘s first term.

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    • July 27, 2020, at 11:22 AM PDT
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