Mr. Trump said the Republicans are “completely creamy” with the constituency change and blamed Mitch McConnell for the constituency change at the state level.

President Donald Trump is questioned by a reporter who arrives with Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, the leader of the Kentucky Senate.  Lunch at the Capitol on Tuesday, March 26, 2019.

Senator Mitch McConnell, Republican Party. (Left), Former President Donald Trump (Right).Bill Clarke / CQ Roll Call via Getty Images

  • Former President Donald Trump has accused Senator Mitch McConnell of the recent developments in the constituency change.

  • Senators have no say in constituency changes that take place at the state level.

  • The Democrats have won several victories in their challenge to the Republican-drawn parliamentary map.

President Donald Trump has blamed Senator Mitch McConnell for the recent constituency change, even though Senate minority leaders were not involved in the change.

“Republicans are absolutely creamy with fake constituency changes across the country,” Trump said. statement “The old broken crow, Mitch McConnell, sits down and does nothing to help the party,” he added on Saturday.

Democrats have recently focused on challenging Republican parliamentary and legislative maps.

On Friday, North Carolina Supreme Court rejects new map Drafted by the Republicans, they ruled that they were equivalent to the illegal Partisan gerrymandering. last month, Ohio Supreme Court also threw a map drawn by the Republican Party, Judgment that they violated the state’s anti-Gerrymandering law.

Trump was able to pick up a change in New York’s constituency, which was signed by law on Thursday, and win a Democratic seat in the House of Representatives. CNN report. Republican-led group is challenging a new map, New York Times report.

McConnell’s representative did not immediately respond to the insider’s request for comment.

Trump also attacked McConnell In a statement on Friday blaming former Vice President Mike Pence for saying he was “wrong” about his ability to overturn election results.

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