Flake’s speech is one of the most scathing attacks on the president by a sitting Republican official to date.

BREAKING | Jeff Flake Drops Re-Election Bid, Slams Donald Trump



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25 Comments

Steve Collier · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

Wish he had the same stomach to go after liberals and left-wing policies, or does he only enjoy calling out his party’s president versus the likes of Schumer and Warren?

Lyle Dunn Jr. · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

No… Trump slammed him…his polls have be spiraling down ever since Trump called him out….poor baby…now finally Arizona will have a real Senator, NO McCain and no Flake…. WINNING…HUGE

Earick Ward · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

It’s ironic that Flake and others can’t now support what they ran on, because it would require them to cooperate with the President.

Josh Rogers · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

We need more Corker’s, Flake’s, and McCain’s. It is up to the GOP to fulfill their promise that they could govern and it is up to the government at large to show it can withstand and correct a mistake as large as Trump.

Jan Kinchen Curtis · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

No it is Not! Many have said worse and we the People don’t care because Congress hasn’t done CRAP for the Middle class in years! Just take hard working people’s money and give it to the ones that don’t work. We elected Trump! We have spoken!!😡

Xavier Johnson · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

Who cares? He was a swamp Republican, a disgrace to the party of Reagan, and just another Washington politician who did nothing for the people while in office. Good riddance.

Carolyn Melby · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

Thank you Senator Flake. So grateful you are using your impeccable record of conservative governance to clearly outline all the behaviors and actions of Trump that are completely unacceptable. Any Republican that can stand with Trump against you knows nothing about the history of Republican governance or what a conservative is.

Lynne Paul Cox · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

Trump himself did not begin the vulgarity and crassness of today’s politics. The media and all of all the other candidates began the constant barrage of criticism- and Trump fired back!! It is unfair and unethical to blame just Trump for the state of politics today. In addition, Trump has exposed the Washington political class to be dishonest, hypocritical and easily bought my moneyed lobbyists. I’m sick of Washington and all politicians. Jeff Flake is supposed to be a republican and they are supposed to be against all this immigration but Mr. Flake- because his family benefited financially from immigrants- has supported open borders and unlimited immigration. Sorry, Mr. Flake, your departing remarks strike me as cynical and self- serving.

Bob Smalser · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

Right. Seventy years of traditional conservatives in Big Agriculture and the Chamber of Commerce exploiting an unlimited flow of illegals to keep labor costs down, competing right up there with the Clintons in their pious immorality. It’s illegal; it’s immoral; it hurts the rest of the nation’s wage-earning class; and it ends here. Be careful of that door on your way out, Senator.

Mike Daugherty · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

He’s quitting because his polling numbers show that he cannot get reelected to the Senate. He’s weak and ineffective as a Senator. Nobody likes him in Arizona. Trump has nothing to do with it. THE SWAMP IS BEING DRAINED AS WE SPEAK.

Pat Beck · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

Personally, I would love to see the demise of the Republican Party and a new party formed that believes on backing their people. These people are constantly trying to shoot down everything President Trump tries to do for the country and for the people who voted for him when they should be grateful to him for bringing home the election. They are a bunch of corrupt ingrates. I wish I could be in all their voting districts to campaign agains them. There surely are other people who could be elected who would honor what the voters showed they want. It ticks me off to no end that these jacklights do whatever they want and disregard their constituents as soon as they get to D.C.

Nick D'Amato · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

As the democrats move to full blown socialism, the current repubs range from traditional conservatism to what is close to the traditional democratic left. These rinos are NOT republican and, with Trump President, they are showing their true colors. Fake, Cotton and McCain are examples and it’s good they will be replaced with true conservatives. The swamp is wide and deep. This will help.

Peter Suydam · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

This was all orchestrated. Lunch with Trump, then Corker, then Flake and then McCain. The real test will be how they vote. I’m betting the 3 will obstruct based solely on personality clash. If so, shame on them. BTW Flake’s speech was amateurish – bumbling, fumbling and weak kneed. Good riddance.

Gary Lazarus · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

It wouldn’t matter if Jesus himself issued a warning that our nation is in peril. These Trump cultists have gone ‘All In’.

There is no coming back for them.

Darcy Nelson · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

See ya!

Republicans were at one time the political party that supported the hard working individual citizens of this country over the special interest, lobbyists, and actually supported and stood for what their voters elected them to do in DC.

Asshats like Flake, along with McCain, Corker, and far too many others in the GOP became far to enamored with their own ego’s and the media massaging those sensitive ego’s. They also became arrogant and filled with disdain and disgust towards their own voters. They became members of the “elite”, they believed that because they won rigged popularity contests called elections; and I mean rigged due to they were chosen by the GOP establishment in DC, they were given millions of dollars from the GOP slush fund, any Republican running against them was excoriated by the GOP, and the Republican voters were really only given one choice to vote for.

The people, meaning the Republican voters, Independents and a few Democrats, started to see through bs these politicians kept spewing, and with the advent of the Tea Party voters who stood up and said enough is enough, the Establishment has been paying the price at the ballot box.

Flake, McCain, Corker, and the rest of their ilk had a good run, but their time is over, and of their replacements will be dealt with in the same manner if they decide to screw the voters.

William Jason Davis · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

We are tired of the spinless Rino’s that have placated and conceded to the Liberal left and the progressives in both parties. That’s why TRUMP is president. We demand that power be returned to the people and taken out of the hands of career bureaucrats.

Daniel Ojalvo · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

As a lefty, commie, I may disagree with Flake on everything, but I can at least respect principled conservatism which is hugely missing on the right at this time.

Tom Madden · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

He’s down 40 pts to a person McCain dubbed “Chemtrails Kelly”. She was going to wipe the floor with him. He was going to get the worst beatdown of any incumbent in history. In the primary. He had no chance. Republicans don’t fake their polls. He was done, either way. Bob Corker may have been wiped out worse. The swamp is draining itself

Daniel Welch · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

It’s funny how every single Republican who isn’t seeking re-election is slamming Trump. It almost makes you wonder what the others are thinking, but not saying.

Edward Herban · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

Good riddance. Save us the histrionics and just leave. Lead (which he’s proven that he can’t do), follow (which he’s proven that he won’t do, unless it’s a liberal public policy involved), or, get out of the way (which he should do, but won’t).

Mike Kridner · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

One establishment politician down.

The establishment politicians in the GOP (i.e. Rinos) are no better than their democrat and liberal progressive counterparts. They are dishonest, corrupt and unethical.

Chuck Jakubisin · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

As Flake is running for the exits, he launches cowardly epithets. Maybe the Republicans would strengthen a little without slick self promoters and vindictive old losers throwing up obstacles to GOP successes!

Ken Cobb · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

Yeah where did that fight come from. If he had fought against democrats with that kind of tebasity along with other Republicans we wouldn’t need Trump you jerk listen to real Americans instead of all of Obama crats

Harold Larsen · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

Insane Jeff flake attacks the president from his own party and forgets about how democrats have ruined this. Country he should have spoken up about Obama and his policies. We don’t need senators with double standards.

Beverly Brunt · November 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

Too bad he didn’t have that much fiery speech to help his constituents in Arizona then maybe he’d been elected again it’s good to blame someone else for your own short commings….u voted againist everything the American people wanted…u are a coward …

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