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President Trump TORCHES RINO Sabotuer

This is just like leaving a job, dropping out of a band, leaving a team, or closing a business—if you’re going to do it, do it well.

President Trump recently posted a rebuke of Rep. Mike Gallagher for his decision to abruptly leave the GOP in a way that leaves the party in peril.

For those who missed it, Gallagher’s timing of his recently announced departure will cause major problems for the Republican Party.

The most notable problem with his abrupt departure is a blow to the already razor-thin majority the GOP holds.

Moreover, because of the timing, Gallagher’s seat may now be usurped by a Democrat because the GOP won’t be able to hold a special election to replace him with another Republican.

Again, Gallagher could leave—there is nothing wrong with that, but he could do so in a way that doesn’t compromise his teammates.

He could leave on a good note and everyone could get what they want. All he had to do was alter the timing of his exit—that’s it. A small ask for someone essentially playing a team sport.

Of course, Gallagher is hellbent on leaving in the worst way possible and at the worst time. President Trump issued this statement in response to Gallagher’s abrupt exit from politics:

President Trump shared this Washington Examiner article outlining the GOP’s shrinking majority:

The Wisconsin Republican’s early departure sets Johnson up for a possible one-seat majority.

Following the resignation of Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) on March 22, the Republican majority narrowed to 218-213.

With Gallagher’s retirement, it will narrow to 217.

Rep. Greene also stated: “Speaker Johnson should be forcing Mike Gallagher to leave early so that his district can hold a special election, and any strong Republican speaker of the house would expel a member for leaving our razor-thin majority in such a delicate state.”

According to The Hill, Rep. Greene also took a stab at Speaker Mike Johnson:

“Mike Gallagher betrayed all of us. And Speaker Johnson, as the one who’s responsible for our majority, praised Mike Gallagher on Friday after he announced his departure, saying that he’s great and praising him and thanking him for his service in Congress,” she added.


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