As Loeffler jets in with Pence following her husband’s $1 million super PAC contribution, Trump still won’t endorse his top Congressional defender Collins
ATLANTA — Unelected “political mega-donor” Senator Kelly Loeffler may have herself a seat on Air Force Two after her husband’s $1 million pro-Trump super PAC contribution — but with poor polling numbers and fallout from her stock trading scandal continuing to build, she still can’t get an endorsement from the White House.
But Loeffler isn’t alone. Her opponent, top Trump ally Congressman Doug Collins, also can’t get any support from the president despite being one of his “biggest defenders” in Congress. Yet even after months of going to bat for the president and his disastrous coronavirus response, Collins still can’t get an endorsement from the man Collins claims knows him “intimately.”
“The only thing sadder than Senator Kelly Loeffler’s $1 million plane ticket is Congressman Doug Collins spending months single-mindedly defending a president who won’t give him the time of day,” said Alex Floyd, spokesman for the Democratic Party of Georgia. “Instead of trying so hard to score political points with the White House, Loeffler and Collins should be focusing on Georgia families suffering in the middle of this public health crisis.”