Dobbs: Republicans misplaced in 2020 as a result of they ‘forgot who was the true chief’

Fox Enterprise host Lou DobbsLouis (Lou) Carl DobbsHome Republican urges GOP lawmakers to affix effort to cease ‘illegitimate’ Biden win Lou Dobbs presses Stephen Miller to take up Cruz supply on Trump Lou Dobbs calls for GOP assist Trump battle for ‘what’s rightfully his’ MORE stated on Tuesday that Republicans misplaced management of the Senate and the presidency as a result of they “forgot who was the true chief,” referring to former President TrumpDonald TrumpSchumer: Impeachment trial might be fast, would not want loads of witnesses Nurse to be tapped Biden as appearing surgeon normal: report Schumer requires Biden to declare local weather emergency MORE.

Talking on “Fox Throughout America with Jimmy Failla,” Dobbs argued that Republicans in Congress corresponding to Senate Minority Chief Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellSchumer: Impeachment trial might be fast, would not want loads of witnesses McConnell: Energy-sharing deal can proceed after Manchin, Sinema again filibuster Budowsky: A Biden-McConnell state of emergency summit MORE (Ky.) and Sen. John ThuneJohn Randolph ThuneTrump, allies elevate strain on Senate GOP forward of impeachment The Hill’s Morning Report – Biden’s disaster agenda hits headwinds Senate chaos threatens to sluggish Biden’s agenda MORE (S.D.) had sought to “undercut” Trump.

“These folks have turn into petty and vindictive and actually will not be honoring the man that’s the solely good factor to occur to the Republican Celebration within the final of 4 cycles,” Dobbs advised Failla. “Give it some thought. They misplaced in 2008. They misplaced in 2012. They might have misplaced in 2016. They usually did lose this yr as a result of the Republican Celebration forgot who was the true chief.”

Although Trump misplaced his reelection bid, Republicans have been capable of achieve seats within the Home. Democrats at the moment maintain slim majorities in each chambers, gaining a slim majority within the Senate after Democratic Georgia Sens. Jon OssoffJon OssoffRepublicans plan voting overhauls after Biden’s win Refreshing the tree of liberty Ossoff sworn in on Hebrew Bible from synagogue bombed white supremacists within the 1950s MORE and Raphael WarnockRaphael WarnockRepublicans plan voting overhauls after Biden’s win Refreshing the tree of liberty Limbaugh falsely says Biden did not win legitimately whereas reacting to inauguration MORE gained of their respective runoff elections in opposition to Republican incumbents.

Quickly after the presidential election was referred to as in favor of President Biden, Dobbs spoke out in opposition to the election, saying Trump had been denied what was “rightfully his.”

Throughout the identical interview with Failla, Dobbs additionally addressed rumors that Trump was planning to begin his personal political occasion.

“It has a hoop to it, however I do not know any particulars. I do not know what he is pondering,” stated Dobbs. “He stated very clearly he would not wish to do it. Effectively, really, what he stated was he isn’t doing it. He might wish to do it. I believe that that is the proper reply, though I do assume the concept of a 3rd occasion, simply as motivation for the Republican RINO [Republican in name only] management, can be useful.”

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