Loeffler, Collins, and their allies attack each other in “most bruising terms yet” in battle that GOP worries “could wound Republicans”
ATLANTA — Two new reports today show Republicans’ “bitter brawl” between unelected “political mega-donor” Kelly Loeffler and top Trump ally Congressman Doug Collins is showing no signs of slowing down as both sides ramp up their attacks using the “most bruising terms yet.”
Loeffler’s allies are still scrambling to “undermine” Collins as Loeffler struggles to define herself with Georgia voters, trying to shut down Collins fundraisers and run digital ads against Collins at a conservative conference where he was invited to speak — and where Loeffler was snubbed. Loeffler herself, meanwhile, is still reeling from recent revelations about her secretive private jet as well as the infamous hunting ad she cut — despite not having a Georgia hunting license.
Between these new “hardball” tactics from Loeffler allies and the ongoing slugfest between Collins and Loeffler that’s been “anything but polite,” it’s clear that the GOP has plenty of reason to be worried about “a battle that could wound Republicans in Georgia this fall” up and down the ballot.
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