Trump isn’t happy with McConnell right now.
Former President Donald Trump recently told New York Times reporters Jonathan Martin that he believes he would still be in the White House today if it wasn’t for what Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell did to derail his presidency.
According to The Hill, Trump explained that he believed if McConnell had just stuck with the mindset that other Republicans had in the party following the election, then “I think we wouldn’t be at Mar-a-Lago.”
Trump was insisting that he believes he would still be in the White House right now and not in the Mar-a-Lago.
“We would be at the White House having this conversation,” he added.
Former President Donald Trump and Mitch McConnell’s relationship took a massive nose-dive after the Jan 6th Capitol protest.
McConnell event went as far as saying the held Trump “practically and morally responsible” for the entire riot.