GOP Sen. Sasse Warns Campaign Committee Against Supporting Roy Moore

Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., speaks during a legislative summit featuring Nebraska's elected Congressional and House officials, in Ashland, Neb., Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2017. The annual event, held at the Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum, is sponsored by the Lincoln, Neb., Chamber of Commerce . (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

Senator Ben Sasse (R- NE) sent a warning to the National Republican Senatorial Committee via twitter earlier today that if they offer support to Roy Moore, he’ll withdraw from it. Sasse tweeted, “If the political committee that I’m a part of (the NRSC) decides to contribute here [to the Roy Moore campaign], I will no longer be a donor to or fund-raiser for it.”

Sasse has expressed disdain over Moore and he’s not happy about the RNC’s decision to give money to his campaign.

According to CNN, Sasse also told reporters, “It’s pretty obvious that these political parties stink. They are terrible. The American people aren’t impressed with these parties. They don’t think they have their long term future interest at heart and we shouldn’t keep pretending that there is some sort of binary choice that’s gonna fix this. More people should stand up and admit that these choices are terrible.”


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