Donald Trump made one confession about Mitch McConnell that the establishment will hate

Donald Trump and Mitch McConnell have a rocky relationship.

They could be forced into a shotgun marriage during Trump’s second term. 

And Donald Trump made one confession about Mitch McConnell that the establishment will hate.

Former President Donald Trump and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) have had a frosty relationship since the 2020 Election. 

The Kentucky lawmaker has mostly kept quiet about Trump’s current Presidential bid but the prospect of them having to work together is looming if the former President wins the election and Republicans regain control of the Senate.

Trump told Fox News host Laura Ingraham during a town hall that he wasn’t sure if he could work with McConnell in his second term.

“He’ll probably end up endorsing me. I don’t know that I can work with him,” Trump told Ingraham. “He gave away trillions of dollars that he didn’t have to, trillions of dollars. He made it very easy for the Democrats.”

Trump has criticized McConnell for caving in spending fights to President Joe Biden. 

McConnell is one of the few Senate Republicans who hasn’t endorsed Trump’s campaign at this point but has said that he will support the Republican nominee.

Trump helped to kill the phony border security that McConnell wanted to attach to additional foreign aid to Ukraine, Israel, and Taiwan.

Senate conservatives led by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) called for McConnell to resign from leadership in the aftermath of the phony border bill fiasco.

“I think a Republican leader should actually lead this conference and should advance the priorities of Republicans,” Cruz said.

Cruz told Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo that if Trump wins the Presidency, the 82-year-old McConnell could decide to hang it up.

“Obviously, there’s a lot of bad blood between Mitch McConnell and Donald Trump. Mitch will have to make that decision,” Cruz said. “What I want to see is, I want to see Republicans in the Senate stand and lead and fight. I believe November is going to be a very good election. I think we’re going to see Donald Trump reelected as President of the United States.”

The Senate Minority Leader has dealt with growing questions about his health and age along with his leadership.

He had two high-profile freezing incidents while speaking in public last year and suffered a serious fall.

Mitch McConnell could simply decide to throw in the towel as the Senate Republican leader rather than deal with another four years of Donald Trump in the White House.

*Renewed Right Official Polling*