Wall Street Journal published an editorial on Monday effectively accusing President Trump of sabotaging Republicans’ chances of winning the Georgia Senate runoffs with his push for $2,000 stimulus checks, calling it an “in-kind contribution to Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and Joe Biden.”
It’s another sharp criticism from a newspaper owned by Rupert Murdoch — co-chair of Fox Corp. and executive chair of News Corp — that comes one day after the New York Post said Trump is “cheering for an undemocratic coup” with his efforts to overturn the election he lost.
The editorial is behind a paywall.
.@WSJopinion: Trump’s narcissism isn’t news. But if Republicans lose the two Georgia seats and their majority, Republicans across the country should know to thank Trump for their 2021 tax increase.https://t.co/EE1s2wRYEI
— Matthew Kaminski (@KaminskiMK) December 29, 2020