Bill Cassidy, Donald Trump

Bill Cassidy, Donald Trump

GOP Senator Dunks on Trump for Being a Loser, Says He Won't Vote for Him in 2024

GOP senator dunks on Trump for being a loser, says he won’t vote for him in 2024

10/18/2021 4:42:00 PM

GOP senator dunks on Trump for being a loser, says he won’t vote for him in 2024

“Elections are about winning,” Republican Sen. Bill Cassidy told Mike Allen of Axios

(R-La.).Cassidy told Mike Allen of Axios that he will not vote for the former president should he run in 2024, and even suggested Trump might not be able to win the Republican Party’s nomination, citing his track record of losing. “President Trump is the first president, on the Republican side at least, to lose the House, the Senate and the presidency in four years. Elections are about winning,” Cassidy said.

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“You think if he ran, he’d lose the nomination?” Allen clarified.“If you want to win the presidency — and hopefully that’s what voters are thinking about — I think he might,” Cassidy said.“But it’s clear, you ain’t voting for him?” Allen said.“I’m not,” the senator responded.

Bill Cassidy is 1 of 7 GOP senators who voted to convict Trump before he left office.: After that, Louisiana's Republican Party censured you.Cassidy: I slept very well that night.Allen: It's clear you ain't votin' for [Trump if he runs again]. headtopics.com

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