During a Sunday appearance on MSNBC, Alyssa Farah said that she will not be supporting Donald Trump if he runs again in 2024.
A large number of Republicans fled the party when Donald Trump took control in 2016. Many of them, like Rick Wilson, Stuart Stevens and Michael Steele had previously worked in high levels of the GOP. And now that Trump is out of office, some of his former staffers are abandoning him.
Myles Taylor, who worked in Homeland Security has frequently based his former boss. And now Alyssa Farah, who worked as the White House Communications Director, is also criticizing his former boss.
Farah made the comments during a talk with Mehdi Hasan. She told the host, “The GOP is careening down a strategically unwise path and morally reprehensible one, to be completely candid with you. Liz Cheney did the right thing. We shouldn’t condemn people for simply telling the facts. Like, facts matter, she did the right thing. But that shouldn’t be brave or heroic but just what our leaders do.”
The former Trump staffer continued, “There’s a perception we care more about loyalty to the former president and wanting to gloss over the election and Jan. 6. My unsolicited advice to my fellow Republicans would be the truth tends to come to the top. It’s better to address it now, come to grips with what went wrong, and accept it. Because we’re going to be dealing with in the midterms and 2024.”
Farah closed her comments, “I will not be supporting Donald Trump in 2024.”
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