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Analysis: Mitch McConnell just sent a VERY clear message to Donald Trump about 2022

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Published on October 21, 2021 11:10 AM
McConnell’s warning comes just days after Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson mentioned a lot the identical factor, insisting that “re-litigating 2020 is a recipe for disaster in 2022.” Trump misplaced 40 Republican seats — and the bulk — in 2018. Barack Obama misplaced 63 seats — and the bulk in 2010.
And, on Tuesday, McConnell made clear that he believes former President Donald Trump's ongoing deal with the 2020 election is decidedly detrimental to the GOP's possibilities within the upcoming midterm elections.

"I do think we need to be thinking about the future and not the past. I think the American people are focusing on this administration, what it's doing to the country, and it's my hope the '22 election will be a referendum on the performance of the current administration, not a rehash of suggestions about what may have happened in 2020."

That's about as shut as McConnell will get to outright refutation of Trump and the strategy, equivalent to it's, that the previous president is peddling — a laborious deal with making an attempt to show (nonexistent) voter fraud within the 2020 election.

While Trump's continued attempts to re-litigate the 2020 election have been ongoing for months, that effort went to one other stage within the final week when Trump urged that except the final election was overturned, future elections could be pointless.

"If we don't solve the Presidential Election Fraud of 2020 (which we have thoroughly and conclusively documented), Republicans will not be voting in '22 or '24," Trump said in a statement by way of his Save America PAC. "It is the single most important thing for...