The GOP infighting in Georgia’s U.S. Senate primary continues to escalate as Republicans in Georgia and Washington coordinate their attacks against Trump’s close friend and hand-picked candidate Herschel Walker — taking aim at his inflated business claims, his voting history, and now his Texas taxes.
A new report from Atlanta’s 11Alive investigative team details the tax exemptions Walker would need to give up on his $2.8 million Texas mansion should he relocate for a Georgia Senate run — and highlights the latest attempt by Georgia Republicans trying to sideline the former president’s personal ally with negative stories.
Last week, several Republican Senators publicly weighed in for and against Walker with comments that raised eyebrows and revealed the panic within the Republican Party about the state of Georgia’s primary. Walker remains unmoved by the GOP criticism and is “acting like he’s in the driver’s seat.” As the Atlanta Journal-Constitution wrote last week, these efforts are unlikely to have the outcome some want: “These sorts of reports exposing more details about [Walker’s] background aren’t likely to factor into his decision.”
11Alive, Doug Richards, 8/3/21
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