Donald Trump once called Mitch McConnell “mean as a snake.”
That was how Trump supporters felt about the Senate Minority Leader after he railed against the former president in a duplicitous stemwinder of a speech, which confusingly led to his impeachment acquittal vote.
It smacked of a major betrayal for McConnell to smear the former president at a time when he needed to be rightly defended.
McConnell argued that Trump was “practically and morally responsible for provoking the events of that day,” although the Capitol attack was pre-planned and carried out by various fringe extremist groups.
The Kentucky senator even argued that Trump was “liable” for the Capitol riots, despite Trump’s sovereign immunity from civil suit and a boilerplate speech that no rational human being who actually read would consider to be ‘incitement.’
On Thursday, McConnell shed his snakeskin one more time and reversed course on his political support for Donald Trump.
McConnell, who appeared to be in a cold sweat, fielded questions from Fox News’ Bret Baier.
When asked if he would support Donald Trump if he were the Republican Party nominee in 2024, he didn’t hesitate to answer.
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