Trump hits back at Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse, says he’s ‘a liability to Republican Party’

U.S. President Donald Trump pushed back Saturday at Sen. Ben Sasse on Twitter, calling the Nebraska senator “a liability to the Republican Party, and an embarrassment” to the state.

The president’s Twitter attack came after Sasse told constituents in a telephone town hall Wednesday that Trump has “flirted with white supremacists,” mocks Christian evangelicals in private, and “kisses dictators’ butts.”

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Sasse, who’s working for a 2d time period in a reliably pink state and is observed as a possible presidential candidate for 2024, made the feedback in line with a query about why he has been keen to publicly criticize a president of his personal birthday celebration. He additionally criticized Trump’s dealing with of the coronavirus pandemic and stated Trump’s circle of relatives has handled the presidency “like a industry alternative.”

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Trump tweeted that Sasse is “the least efficient of our 53 Republican Senators, and an individual who in reality doesn’t have what it takes to be nice.”

Trump’s tirade endured all over the day as he in comparison Sasse to former U.S. Sens. Bob Corker of Tennessee and Jeff Flake of Arizona, who left the Senate after combative relationships with the president. Trump recommended most likely Republicans must in finding “a brand new and extra viable candidate?”

Trump carried Nebraska by means of 25 proportion issues in 2016.

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