Knocking her party leader who she steadfastly votes for….
Collins is in the race of her life to keep her Senate seat…
As she has done in the past?
She’ll question her party leaders actions…
But ALWAYS doubles back to vote for whatever he wants….
Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) said President Trump should have been “straightforward” with the American people regarding the seriousness of the threat posed by the coronavirus earlier this year after recordings revealed he downplayed the pandemic.
“I believe the president should have been straightforward with the American people. The American people can take hard facts, and he had an obligation as president to be straightforward with them and to tell all that he has known,” Collins said at a Senate debate in Maine Friday evening.
The remarks come after recordings of interviews between Trump and veteran journalist Bob Woodward revealed that Trump wanted to “downplay” the coronavirus’s threat in the early months of the pandemic…
In a Maine Senate Race Debate, Susan Collins Struggles to Distance Herself from Trump
Donald Trump didn’t attend Friday night’s Senate candidate debate in Maine, but his shadow loomed over the proceedings. From the first question to the closing statements, Sen. Susan Collins was repeatedly asked to answer for the leader of her party, who currently trails Joe Biden by a double-digit margin in statewide polls…
My Name Is Jack says
Why wouldn’t Susan Collins support Trump in the Senate?
As requires constant reiteration, Collins is and always has been a conservative Republican.
Trumps agenda has received near unanimous support from what is described as the “conservative movement .”
Occasionally ,Collins will voice some displeasure with some of his more provocative statements and actions and likely personally finds him repugnant, but like ,so what?
If you are opposed to Trump and his appointments and legislative actions?Then you won’t vote for Susan Collins.
Scott P says
Collins is finished anyway. Sometimes time just runs out on these Senators who are out of step with the state’s electorate. Look at Blanche Lincoln in Arkansas in 2010 or Bill Roth in Delaware in 2000.
I would agree with u Scott.,..
Romney is the only GOPer Senator that could do the tightwire act and get away with it…