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WTAS: Hawley Highlights McCaskill’s Failed Record, Labels Her as a Party Line Liberal

By MRA staff|October 19th, 10:38am
WTAS: Hawley Highlights McCaskill’s Failed  Record, Labels Her as a Party Line Liberal

Senator McCaskill had a rough night during yesterday’s debate, she stumbled through defending her liberal voting record and why she has consistently obstructed President Trump’s agenda:

The Kansas City Star: If Getting Under McCaskill’s Skin Was Hawley’s Goal, Then He Won St. Louis Debate

“Missouri Republican Senate nominee Josh Hawley smiled as he went after Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill, and he smiled a lot at Thursday night’s debate.”

“By the end, she was shaking a little with anger, and unlike her challenger, McCaskill did not stop to talk to reporters on her way out.”

“If getting to her was the goal, then Hawley won.”

Associated Press: Hawley Tries To Paint McCaskill As Too Liberal For Missouri

“Hawley said McCaskill has not accepted “what the people said in 2016” and no longer reflects the views of voters on policies including the recent federal tax overhaul, which she voted against, and a wall on the southern border, which she says is unnecessary.”

“She has simply not voted with this state anymore,” Hawley said. “She’s become a party-line liberal.”

The Daily Caller: McCaskill Accuses Hawley Of Lying, Then Backs Up What He Said

“Then Hawley turned to McCaskill, arguing that she had turned her back on Israel and voted for military spending cuts.”

“McCaskill interrupted then, saying that Hawley had a “tortured relationship with the truth.” “That’s just not true,” she claimed.”

“Her next comment seemed to directly contradict that — and support his claim: “There were cuts that both parties agreed on.”

McCaskill even admitted during the debate that she often votes against the interests of her constituents:

The post-debate commentators also noted that McCaskill was trying to disassociate herself from her own party, despite receiving $14 million in support from Chuck Schumer’s dark money super PAC:

MODERATOR: “The other theme that I was picking up on was the one person nobody in the room wanted to be associated with was the Democratic party, at large.”