After Trump-allied Congressman’s entry sparked “a raging intraparty fight,” Republicans panic that the race is now “one of their two biggest vulnerabilities”
ATLANTA — “Political mega-donor” and unelected senator Kelly Loeffler and top Trump ally Congressman Doug Collins ramped up their “all-out Republican feud” this week, further weakening the Georgia GOP as their expensive intraparty battle “devolves into nasty GOP fight amid fears it could cost [their] Senate majority.”
Washington Republicans are now trying desperately to close ranks around Loeffler even while admitting Collins’ run “has jeopardized the party’s chances to hold onto two GOP seats” and the race has become “one of their two biggest vulnerabilities.” As Loeffler and her out-of-state allies keep pouring millions into the race in a frantic bid to stay above water, Collins is firing back, slamming Loeffler as a “pretend farmer” in new ads.
While Loeffler and Collins are locked in a “brutal Republican-on-Republican fight” instead of focusing on winning over Georgia voters, top political analysts have moved the race toward the Democrats as Republicans continue their multimillion dollar slugfest.
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