On a flight Tuesday from Indianapolis to Fort Wayne, Ind., two leaders in the House Republican conference discussed a memo that argues that their party’s future demands they “embrace our new coalition” because “President Trump’s gift didn’t come with a receipt.”
The document, titled “Cementing GOP as the Working Class Party,” leaves no doubt that Republicans — at least in the House of Representatives — will be doubling down on Donald Trump for the foreseeable future.
On the afternoon flight between fundraisers, home state Rep. Jim Banks, who leads the largest bloc of House conservatives, the Republican Study Committee, handed his memo to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy.
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On a flight yesterday from Indianapolis to Fort Wayne, two House GOP leaders discussed a memo that argues their party’s future demands they “embrace our new coalition” because “President Trump’s gift didn’t come with a receipt.” https://t.co/dkloYyWUkq
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