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Republicans say the 2024 Trump presidency will be a ‘grave mistake as the blame battle deepens.

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Alabama Congressman and former Trump supporter Mo Brooks have taken a striking new stance on the political future of his former hero. “Republicans making Donald Trump their nominee for 2024 is a grave mistake,” he said. Mike Pence follows Donald Trump in the Oval Office addressing the White House Rose Garden in April 2020. Pence risks Trump’s wrath by heaping criticism of former President Brooks in new book It followed Monday, nearly a week after Trump defeated Congress, and one day before the announcement of Trump’s expected new presidential election.

Rep. Brooks from Alabama added to his AL.com interview: Even a candidate running from his basement can beat him. Brooks did not accept this result. On January 6, 2021, he donned his body armor and addressed Trump supporters at a rally near the White House. He repeated Trump’s lies about voter fraud, saying, “Today is the day that American patriots start picking names and kicking ass. It is under investigation by the January 6 Commission, Department of Justice, and state agencies. But Brooks broke up with Trump earlier this year and the former president withdrew his support for the U.S. Senate after Brooks publicly urged him to drop the lawsuit in 2020. Elsewhere, however, a prominent Trump-supporting candidate was defeated last Tuesday, ensuring that Democrats would retain the Senate and Republicans would remain on track to retain a majority in the House.

Trump will almost certainly announce his 2024 candidacy on Tuesday in his resort town of Mar-a-Lago, Florida. However, attacks from his party continued, and the barrage widened, including firing at leaders of both houses of Congress. In the Senate, Florida’s Marco Rubio retained his seat against highly-rated Democrat Val Demings. According to Holmes, McConnell told Scott, “When you’re in the lead, you can’t do things like that unless other people are carrying your water. In the election, Kent defeated six-year incumbent Jamie Herrera Beutler, who suffered for being one of 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump by inciting an attack on the Capitol. Kent lost the seat to Democrat Marie Gluesenkamp Pérez.

‘It’s time to move on: Trump’s grip on the Republican Party has finally eased in the US midterm elections. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy faces growing threats from the party’s far-right that threaten his hopes of retaining the presidency if Republicans take control of the House. Rep. Andy Biggs of Arizona, another lawmaker under investigation for supporting Trump’s attempt to overturn the 2020 election, reportedly challenged McCarthy.

Illinois’ Adam Kinzinger announced her resignation rather than lose the primary, like Republican Herrera Beitler, who voted to impeach Trump, before a House committee on Jan. 6. sat down. During his post-election allegations on the Capitol, he tweeted:

“To the Republicans: Senate blamed if Kevin McCarthy didn’t go to Mar-a-Lago?”, more lawmakers would have stood up. In principle, we probably wouldn’t have Trump. Alt-Right is a memory of the disease, and you might look in the mirror.

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