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Trump kind-of admits he might’ve cost Republicans the Senate

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And despite the lessons of Georgia, Trump’s continued voter-fraud crusade and comment about Republicans boycotting elections have been met with a rather striking and deafening silence from his party. There has been private grumbling about it, as the New York Times reported, and some GOP strategists are throwing up cautions. (“Republicans should have learned this lesson after the Georgia debacle,” said longtime GOP consultant Scott Reed.) But apart from that and assurances from Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), of all people, that Republicans should still vote, virtually nobody is offering counterprogramming.

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