Graham WON’T back McConnell as GOP leader if he doesn’t have ‘working relationship’ with Trump

Lindsey Graham says he WON’T back Mitch McConnell for Senate leader if he doesn’t have a ‘working relationship’ with Trump – who he insists will be ‘reelected’ in 2024

  • McConnell’s record-setting run as Senate Republican leader has been virtually unchallenged, but Trump is reportedly looking to overthrow him
  • Graham said Trump was the ‘leader of the Republican Party’ on Fox News
  • Called ex-president the ‘most consequential Republican since Ronald Reagan’
  • Trump has repeatedly attacked McConnell, dubbing him a ‘broken old crow’ 

Republican Senator Lindsey Graham suggested he would oppose Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s virtually unchallenged hold on Senate GOP leadership if he can’t have a ‘working relationship’ with Donald Trump on Wednesday night.

‘I’m not going to vote for anybody for leader of the Senate as a Republican unless they…

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