Now Republicans Go Against Donald Trump To Support Joe Biden
Now the party members of Donald Trump have gone a step ahead by going against him and extending their support to Joe Biden. It is very strange as Democrats and Republicans have a huge ideological difference but the Republicans also want Trump to be put of Presidency. As many as 22 dozen former Republican Congress members have started a campaign to support Joe. This might be one of those rare occasions where even the Republicans are rooting for the Democrats to win as they also see Trump’s administration as a disgrace to democracy.
Retired Republican Arizona Senator Jeff Flake Also Joins Campaign To Support Joe Biden
One of the most prominent names to support Biden from the Republican party is the retired Arizona Senator Jeff Flake. The campaign on Monday gave the reason and idea behind opposing Trump and supporting Biden. It said, “These former members of Congress cited Trump’s corruption, destruction of democracy, blatant disregard for moral decency, and urgent need to get the country back on course as a reason why they support Biden.”
Republican Joe Biden Supporters Believe It’s Now Broader Than Just Party Politics
The Republicans that are supporting Joe at this point are not changing their party. For them, this election is more than just the aim of Republicans winning the election. They feel Trump’s poor presidency has forced them to think beyond their party and save democracy first. The campaign further said, “These former Members of Congress are supporting Joe Biden because they know what’s at stake in this election and that Trump’s failures as President have superseded partisanship.”
Republican Jeff Flake Has Some Harsh Words For Donald Trump
Jeff Blaze has always criticized Donald Trump even though the two are part of the same party. On Monday, Jeff made his point against Donald Trump. He said, “At this point, the president’s conduct in the office should not surprise us. But truly devastating has been our tolerance of that conduct. Our embrace of it. From the ordeal of this presidency, perhaps the most horrible — and lasting — effect on our democracy will be that at some point we simply stopped being shocked.