Republican Senate Candidate Just Conceded Her Race Gracefully Despite Being Urged to Contest It, and People Think They Know Why
In the aftermath of the 2018 midterms, it hasn't been abnormal to see losing Republicans -- or Republicans whose victories are yet to be certain -- rail against their Democratic opponents and the electoral process as a whole. Rick Scott is currently doing this in Florida and President Donald Trump is echoing his sentiments.
That may be why Martha McSally, the Republican candidate in Arizona's senate election, received widespread praise for doing what - until 2018 - was expected of a losing candidate in any American election: she gracefully conceded.
Republican Senator Just Clapped Back at Donald Trump in the Perfect Way After Trump Claimed New Senate Nominee Rejected His Endorsement
Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ) got into a Twitter spat with President Donald Trump Tuesday night after the president claimed Flake had his Senate endorsement rejected.
Trump tweeted that Flake, who is not seeking reelection and has been an outspoken critic of the president, had endorsed Martha McSally, the Arizona Republican Congresswoman running to replace him, and that McSally had rejected his endorsement.