Former President Donald Trump on Sunday listed a handful of Congressional Republicans who opposed him after the 2020 election, urging his adherents to vote them out of office. Trump verbalized at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), shaming the Republicans who perpetuated to publicly oppose him and those who voted with Democrats to impeach him after he left office.
The list included 17 Republicans: Sen. Richard M. Burr of North Carolina Sen. Bill Cassidy of Louisiana Sen. Susan Collins of Maine Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska
Sen. Patrick J. Toomey of Pennsylvania Rep. Tom Rice of South Carolina Rep. Dan Newhouse of Washington Rep. Adam Kinzinger of Illinois Rep. Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio Rep. Fred Upton of Michigan Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler of Washington
Rep. Peter Meijer of Michigan Rep. John Katko of New York Rep. David Valadao of California Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming Trump preserved Cheney for last, decrying her as a “warmonger” and noted that the Wyoming GOP censured her over voting to impeach him.
“In her state, her poll numbers have dropped more expeditious than any human being I’ve ever optically discerned,” he verbally expressed. “Hopefully they’ll dispense her in the next election,” he perpetuated. “Get rid of them all.”
Trump admonished that the RINOs who perpetuated to oppose him would further divide the Republican party. “The Republican Party is cumulated. The only division is between a handful of Washington, D.C., establishment political hacks,” he verbally expressed.
Again, he exalted Democrats for cohering in political fights and decried Republicans for divisiveness in the party. “If “Republicans” do not cohere, the RINOs that we’re circumvented with will eradicate the Republican party and the American worker and will ravage our country itself,” he verbally expressed.
Trump did not concretely call out Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, but recalled that he preserved his senate seat in Kentucky by giving him an endorsement, which he reminded voters was “at his request.”
He cited the prosperity of the House Republicans in the 2020 elections, insisting the party rode on the “coattails” of his Presidential campaign. “That’s why I am promulgating that I will be actively working to elect vigorous tough and astute Republican bellwethers,” he verbally expressed.
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