I spoke to Jonathan Martin of the New York Times about GOP challenges in the Georgia Senate special election.
Some Republicans believe that the easiest way for Ms. Loeffler to turn around her campaign would be for Mr. Trump to support her.
“Most of this could be absolved or at least elided if President Trump was on board,” said Liam Donovan, a Republican strategist.
But Mr. Donovan acknowledged that Ms. Loeffler was in something of a vise.
“The entire logic of picking Kelly was predicated on ‘we’re losing the suburbs, so you pick a Buckhead mom to win back Buckhead moms,’” he said, alluding to the tony Atlanta enclave. “But that’s only tenable if you don’t have to squander your potential outflanking Doug Collins for Fox News dads.”
Read the full piece here.