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‘Too little too late’: The View hosts nail Republicans abandoning Trump two weeks before the election

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The women of “The View” don’t buy the Republicans suddenly deciding that they don’t support President Donald Trump two weeks before the election.

Speaking about Sens. John Cornyn (R-TX) and Ben Sasse (R-NE) on Monday, Sara Haines said she thinks it’s a “little contrived,” as if all of the Republicans got on a conference call and decided it was time to come out against Trump to save themselves.

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Joy Behar compared the GOP opportunism to her experience working with Rush Limbaugh, who she said off the air was always very nice and supportive of her. But on-air, he was a cruel racist misogynist.

“So, what’s the point of it?” she asked” What good is it if he’s a nice guy backstage and can lift Joy Behar up in the air. It’s useless. Just like this guy, Cornyn, is useless.”

Ana Navarro noted that over the weekend Trump told a rally that if he loses he may have to move.

“Could you imagine if I lose?” Trump said. “I’m not going to feel so good. Maybe I’ll have to leave the country, I don’t know.”

Navarro offered to buy him the plane ticket to North Korea.

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“I just think it’s too little, too late,” Sunny Hostin agreed. “I feel like the Republicans had their opportunity to impeach and indict. I think Republicans again had their opportunity to not try to push through this — Judge [Amy Coney] Barrett in a terrible abuse of process. Now they’re trying to distance themselves from the president. I think the Republican Party has clearly become President Trump, or President Trump is the Republican Party. I don’t think there’s distancing between them at all.”

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Ivanka Trump wants to be the ‘first female president’ — but there’s one major obstacle

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Ivanka Trump is harboring political ambitions after she leaves the White House after her father's election loss.

It's not clear where President Donald Trump's eldest daughter will live, along with her husband and fellow White House adviser Jared Kushner, but their former friends, colleagues and associates believe Ivanka Trump will try to build up her influence in the Republican Party, reported the Washington Post.

“I think she’d want to be the [first] female president,” said Marissa Velez Kraxberger, a film producer who worked for Ivanka for two years at her now-defunct company. “I don’t think she’s actually ever had any interest in fashion but everything was an angle to gain more power in whatever possible way.”

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GOP senator knows Trump lost but thinks it would be ‘political suicide’ to admit it: report

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Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) is still spouting conspiracy theories about the election being "stolen" from President Donald Trump -- but according to one former Wisconsin Republican official, Johnson understands that Trump lost.

Mark Becker, the former Chairman of the Brown County Republican Party, writes at The Bulwark that he had a conversation with Johnson after the election in which the senator acknowledged Trump's defeat.

However, Johnson said that he was loath to admit it publicly because of the strong support the president had received from Wisconsin GOP voters, despite the fact that the president narrowly lost the state this year.

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‘Dumbest senator ever’: Morning Joe mocks Republican Ron Johnson

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MSNBC's Joe Scarborough mocked Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) for demanding proof of something that doesn't exist.

Attorney General William Barr announced the Department of Justice had found no evidence of voter fraud, as President Donald Trump has claimed, and Johnson called on Barr to "show everybody" the proof that the election had not been stolen.

"The man Guinness Book of World Records has called the dumbest senator to ever be sworn in in this constitutional republic," Scarborough said. "I'm speaking, of course, of Ron Johnson, who said that William Barr must show his evidence that he has no evidence."

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