Senate Candidate Mo Brooks Calls for McConnell’s Ouster

Less than a week after former President Donald Trump said Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) had been “disappointing” as his endorsed Senate candidate, the congressman called for the ouster of Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY).

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Brooks, in a new 90-second web advertisement, pledged “to fire Mitch McConnell” should the Alabamian be elected to the Senate in November.

“America can’t afford a Senate leader who is a weak-kneed, debt junkie, open-border RINO Republican and who, worse yet, sells out America for special interest group cash,” Brooks said in the video ad.

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“Today, Mitch’s cash is coming at me again because I am a principled conservative, and I have President Trump’s endorsement.”

Trump has backed Brooks since last April, more than a year ahead of the upcoming May 24 primary.

Last week, however, Trump told the Washington Examiner that he had been displeased with Brooks’ performance so far.

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“Mo Brooks is disappointing,” Trump told the Examiner on Tuesday. “I’m determining right now, has Mo Brooks — has he changed?”

Trump said he “would have no problem” switching his endorsement to Katie Britt, retiring Sen. Richard Shelby’s former chief of staff, or Mike Durant, a businessman and military veteran. Continue reading at Newsmax.