Mitch McConnell Held Responsible By Trump For The Loss Of Senate Seats

Mitch McConnell
Mitch McConnell

The former president of the United States of America, Donald Trump, made headlines this Thursday. He did so by making a fresh set of blames against Mitch McConnell, the leader of the minority in the Senate and Brian Kemp, the Governor of Georgia. The reason behind the blame was the loss of the two seats in the Senate to the Democratic party. Ex-president Trump directly held them responsible for the unfortunate incident.

Mitch McConnell Is An Unpopular Politician -Trump

Trump issued the statement in the form of an email. He mentioned that the failure of the Governor of Georgia in cracking down on the irregularities of the voting gave a huge blow to their seats in Georgia.

The former president added that the loss of the Republican party was due to two reasons. He went on to criticize the committee of the National Republican Senatorial. He said that they spent a huge amount of money on advertisements starring the senate minority leader, Mitch McConnell. He criticized them on grounds that a lot of money had been wasted on a politician that was not at all popular. He further added that the only reason Mitch McConnell succeeded in Kentucky was because of Trump himself. It was because he had been endorsed by the former president.

The former president further criticized the 79-year-old minority leader for his refusal to increase the stimulus relief package. He said that he did so even after the fact that the same had been encouraged by Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock, the two Democratic candidates of Georgia.

Trump directly stated that the refusal of Mitch Connell to increase the amount of relief from 600 USD at a time when the same of 2000 USD had been offered by the opposition candidates, was another reason for the defeat.