‘Frustrated’ Ex-trump Aide Won't Vote for Former President

Sarah Matthews, a former employee of former President Trump, announced on Monday that she will not vote for her former boss in November. Instead, she indicated that she might vote for President Biden.

“During an interview on MSNBC’s ‘Inside with Jen Psaki,’ Matthews stated that if there is a candidate on the ballot who will not support the Constitution, he believes it is necessary to prioritize that concern over policy.” “And I want to support the person who is most capable of defeating Donald Trump,” she said in the video, as reported by Mediaite.

Her comments are different from what other former advisers to Trump have said. Bill Barr, who used to be the Attorney General, has been critical of the former president since leaving his position. He recently announced that he will vote for the Republican candidates in November.

“I believe it is my responsibility to choose the person who I believe would cause the least damage to the country,” Barr said during an interview on Fox News’s “America’s Newsroom.” “And in my opinion, that means I will vote for the Republican party.”

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Matthews mentioned that she has had conversations with many Republicans, including important elected officials, who criticize Trump privately. However, she mentioned that a lot of them will not even express it openly.

“Many people say they support him because of his policies and the conservative agenda.” Matthews expressed frustration that they are treating this election as if it were normal, with a typical Republican and Democratic candidate. “Well, this is completely different.” After deciding to support the GOP ticket regardless of the candidate, Trump made fun of Barr on social media.

“Wow!” Last week, Trump posted on Truth Social that former Attorney General Bill Barr, who disappointed many people by not investigating Voter Fraud in our country, has endorsed him for President. This is despite the fact that Trump previously called Barr ‘Weak, Slow Moving, Lethargic, Gutless, and Lazy’ according to the New York Post. “Because I really value his enthusiastic support, I am taking out the word ‘lethargic’ from my statement.” Thank you, Bill.

Last month, another Republican leader who has disagreed with the former president, expressed his support for Trump. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) supported Trump after his last opponent, former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, stopped running for president.

“The senator stated that it is very clear that former President Trump has received enough support from Republican voters to be our nominee for President of the United States,” according to a statement at the time. “It shouldn’t be surprising that I will support him as the nominee.”

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