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Coming unglued: Trump/Pence chatter triggers Harry Reid's Koch habit

Harry Reid is shocked! And you’ll no doubt be shocked at what he’s shocked about:



He’s getting awfully predictable in his old age.

Just kidding! Reid’s narrative is B.S., but he’s not one to let the truth get in the way.




From a different WaPo article posted later:

“It doesn’t change our engagement on the presidential,” James Davis, a spokesman for Freedom Partners, the network’s funding arm, said on Thursday. “We are going to remain focused on the Senate.”

The network’s unwillingness to activate its ground operation and advertising resources to back Trump has exasperated some top Republican donors and highlighted the deep rift between the billionaire real-estate developer and some of the most influential figures in the conservative movement. The firm stance is driven by billionaire Koch Industries chief executive Charles Koch, who has repeatedly expressed his dismay with Trump’s tone and policy positions.

A meeting last month between Koch Industries general counsel Mark Holden and Trump campaign officials did not appear to change the dynamic. In an interview Monday at Fortune’s Brainstorm Tech conference, Charles Koch compared the choice of Trump and Democratic contender Hillary Clinton as having to vote “for cancer or heart attack.”


In other words, Reid’s full of it. Again.



Is there a fourth option?



Oh well.

No comment.

If Harry Reid really wants something to be shocked about, it doesn’t get more shocking than this:


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