UNFIT Candidate GOP Senators Finally Starting to Realize Their Party Nominated a Total Racist
The chaos administration in waiting.
Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) became the first Republican member of Congress to rescind an endorsement of Donald Trump, saying on Tuesday that he could no longer support his party’s presumptive nominee for president after Trump’s racist attacks against a federal judge.
“I cannot and will not support my party’s nominee for President,” he said.
Kirk’s statement was the most powerful denunciation of Trump, but it was hardly the only one to come from Republicans on Capitol Hill, suggesting that Trump’s racist attacks are finally starting to worry GOP lawmakers.
Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.), one of the few Republican senators who has not backed Trump, went a step further, arguing that Trump’s comments could motivate Republicans to challenge him at the party’s convention in July.