December 12, 2022

Fox Business host Stuart Varney tried to help National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel with the correct answer after she failed to rightfully blame former President Donald Trump for GOP losses in the 2022 midterms. Almost the entire Republican party is afraid of the one-term President. Trump is going down, and he will take his party with him.

"Would you publicly say that Donald Trump bears any responsibility for some of the losses in the midterm elections?" Varney asked McDaniel.

"You know, I don't like this," McDaniel said. "I don't like these parceling out because he supported Ted Budd, who won. And he supported J.D. Vance, who won."

"But why are Republicans going and voting for one Republican and not the other?" she asked.

"Trump," Varney shot back. "Isn't that the answer to your question? You actually posed a question. The answer is Trump. Isn't it?"

"I'm saying I'm not into the blame game right now," McDaniel replied. "I think we've got to do an analysis. I think it's too quick."

Republicans have vowed to do an autopsy of their party after the midterm losses, but they refuse to call out the main perpetrator who is sabotaging the GOP. The Senate runoff marks the second time Trump damaged his party in Georgia because of his massive ego.

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