Trump Demands Mitch McConnell Resign If Loses Next Round To Joe Biden: ‘Win with the debt ceiling or resign’

Former President Donald Trump put Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell on notice after Biden was able to put a few points on the board politically after a full year of doing little but losing and worse, annoying the American electorate with his bumbling

Trump said Mitch must resign if he can’t use the debt ceiling as leverage to keep the Dems in check. Trump said:

“Looks like the Democrats are getting far more than they ever dreamed possible, largely because of Mitch McConnell’s idiotic move of giving in on the Debt Ceiling and giving them two months to get their act together. 

“We have been put in a much worse negotiating position but we have the Trump card and it’s called the debt ceiling.

“The old broken crow has to be willing to play this hand, not like last time when he folded up like a cheap umbrella. 

“Play it and mean it, because the Debt Ceiling is far less destructive than the Bill that they will otherwise successfully pass, especially when added to the “Unfrastructure” Bill that was just so stupidly approved. 

“Republicans should not have allowed the separation, McConnell should not have given a two month reprieve, but it is what it is. Win with the Debt Ceiling, or resign,” Trump said.

“McConnell is a fool and he damn well better stop their ‘Dream of Communism Bill’ and keep his Senators in line, or he should resign now, something he should have done a long time ago. Use the Debt Ceiling like it should have been used, you Old Broken Crow, to do so would hurt our Country far less than this horrible Bill,” Trump said later in a statement released through his Save America PAC.

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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