Orlando, Florida-Senator Rick Scott predicted on Friday that after announcing that the Republican Civil War had been “cancelled” earlier this week, the Republican Party will turn blue in at least four states by mid-2022 The Senate seat turns red. ”
“I think we have opportunities all over the country,” U.S. junior high school senator Scott, who represents Florida, said in an interview with Fox News. “Obviously, we are going to Georgia. We are going to Arizona. We are going to New Hampshire, we are going to Nevada. But I think we have opportunities across the country. The Democratic Party has 14 seats, and I think we can get a lot
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Scott is the chairman of the National Republican Senate Committee (NRSC), which means he is responsible for bringing the Republican Party back to the Senate in 2022. He spoke to Fox News shortly after speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). .
Former President Donald Trump put Scott in an awkward position, posing a major threat to those in power in the Republican Party (GOP). Scott (Scott’s) has repeatedly stated that the National Natural Science Council (NRSC) will support incumbent members. However, insisting on this position may mean that the organization is at odds with the former president who is still very popular among Republican bases, and has spent resources that could have been used for the election.
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In order to eliminate tensions in the party, Scott sent a memo to voters and activists of Republican officials earlier this week announcing that the Republican Civil War had been “cancelled.”
Scott wrote: “Some of you voted enthusiastically for President Trump, some have reservations, some are reluctant.” “It’s okay.”
In a conversation with Fox News on Friday, he doubled this position.
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He said: “The Civil War is cancelled. The Republican Civil War is cancelled.” “We will focus on these issues. If you look across the country, what people are talking about is they are talking about where we are going? They are not talking about where we have been. local.”
He added: “We are not going back to dial-up internet. We are not going back to flip phones and typewriters. We are going back to the future, where can we go? What can we do to ensure that we get the majority.”
In particular, Scott stated that the Republican Party will adopt “focus on who the Democratic Party is and who the Republican Party is.” The Democratic Party has been taken over by socialism. That’s not the United States. We will concentrate on creating jobs and regain the Senate. The Democratic Party is not. We will focus on the choice of schools. Obviously, the Democratic Party does not even want to open schools. “
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R-Mo. Senator Josh Hawley echoed Scott’s message in an interview with Fox News on Friday.
“Those people-who seem to have invested a lot of money in the entire concept of the Republican Civil War-I think this is a Washington DC thing. You can come here and see if there is no civil war here. Our voters are not interested in going back,” he said. “They want to move forward.”
At the same time, Donald Trump Jr. told Fox News that he would be willing to support the main challenge for the current Republican senators in 2022. He declined to disclose the specific seats, but said that the “current” Republicans are “a lot”, they may be challenged, and he will support it.
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Trump Jr. said: “I don’t think we need to blindly support institutional candidates who do nothing.” “I think this is a mistake, and I think we have invested a lot of money blindly from institutions, they blindly Put in cash, time, money, and energy to help failed candidates who have no charisma, personality, and political seal to overcome their difficulties. It’s just because they have been there for a few years. This is the kind of nonsense, I think it will.”
CPAC will continue with another guest speaker and panel discussion on Saturday. When former President Donald Trump delivers a keynote speech, it will end on Friday.
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