November 19, 2017

2018 Mid-term Elections: McConnell Challenges Bannon

Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell is to the right what Congressional minority leader, Nancy Pelosi is to the left. Both are out of touch, have long overstayed their welcome and too undignified to go quietly into the night.

During a press conference with President Donald J. Trump this afternoon in the White House Rose Garden, Mitch McConnell hit back at former White House straegist and CEO of Breitbart News, Steve Bannon.

Bannon at the 2017 Voter Values Summit this past weekend demolished to Republic Party establishment wherein he declared “seasonal war” against swamp critters up for re-election in the 2018 mid-term elections.

Dismissing the Alabama victory last month in which McConnell’s chosen candidate Luther Strange lost, the speaker who is playing from the same card deck hit back at Bannon today.

Breitbart News by Charlie Spiering

“You have to nominate people who can actually win because winners make policy and losers go home,” McConnell said when asked about Bannon by reporters at the White House.

The Senate Majority Leader specifically recalled anti-establishment Senate candidates like Christine O’Donnell, Sharon Angle, Todd Aiken, and Richard Mourdock who won their Republican primary but failed to win their general election against a Democrat.

McConnell praised his campaign model in 2014 that allowed the Republican Senate to seize the majority.

“Our primary approach will be to support our incumbents and in open seats to seek to help nominate people who can actually win in November,” he said. “That’s my approach. That’s the way you keep a governing majority[…]

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Same old deck of cards.

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Below is the President Donald J. Trump, Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell press conference in its entirety.

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