Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell on Tuesday lashed out at President Trump and blamed 2022 losses on support of the former president.
Recall, Mitch McConnell held up funds for Arizona Senate candidate Blake Masters and other solid MAGA candidates.
McConnell funded RINOs like Murkowski from Alaska and dissed Trump-endorsed candidates.
McConnell on Tuesday told reporters that the GOP didn’t do well in 2022 because of Trump.
Not a word about the brazen Democrat voter fraud and disenfranchisement in Maricopa County.
The GOP just needs more RINO/establishment candidates, according to McConnell.
“We ended up having a candidate quality test,” McConnell said. “Look at Arizona. Look at New Hampshire. And the challenging situation in Georgia as well.”
“Our ability to control the primary outcome was quite limited in ‘22 because the support of the former president proved to be very decisive in these primaries. So my view was do the best you can with the cards you’re dealt. Now hopefully in the next cycle we’ll have quality candidates everywhere and a better outcome.”
McConnell: "Our ability to control the primary outcome was quite limited in 2022 because of the support of the former president. Hopefully in the next cycle, we'll have quality candidates everywhere." pic.twitter.com/ep0aatPWXl
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) December 13, 2022