The fact that Donald Trump has absolutely no principles goes without saying. But at times, he’s just so purely transactional, so without principle or guiding beliefs, that one cannot help but feel a little embarrassed for him.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, the one who ignored Trump’s phone call in the middle of a meeting because he was so tired of hearing from Trump about reversing the election they had counted, and recounted, and counted – that Doug Ducy? The same Ducey that just wouldn’t hand it to Trump out of MAGA kinship. That type of guy pisses Trump off!
Trump doesn’t believe in principles like “the guy with the most votes wins,” or democracy (Probably less than Putin), he believes in power, and exerting power, and that Republican governors should have made sure their state went for Trump even though the voters didn’t. Ducey would not do it and Trump will never, ever, forgive him for it, unless Ducey does something bigger and more helpful for him down the road. Life is just a series of transactions. From Mediaite :
Former President Donald Trump ripped into outgoing Republican Arizona Governor Doug Ducey on Friday after “hearing rumors” that Ducey may run for the U.S. Senate.
Trump wrote in a statement, “Rumors are that Doug Ducey, the weak RINO Governor from Arizona, is being pushed by Old Crow Mitch McConnell to run for the U.S. Senate. He will never have my endorsement or the support of MAGA Nation!”
President Donald J. Trump:
"Rumors are that Doug Ducey, the weak RINO Governor from Arizona, is being pushed by Old Crow Mitch McConnell to run for the U.S. Senate. He will never have my endorsement or the support of MAGA Nation!" pic.twitter.com/sYtkpRK6Mr 
— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) January 14, 2022 
As we reported yesterday and the day before that, the war between McConnell and Trump comes out into the open more every day.
Oh. And what a little snowflake baby. “He won’t get to play with my toys EVER again!”
The attack is the latest example of Trump’s willingness to divide the Republican Party over support for his unfounded allegations of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election – which Trump claims is why he lost to Joe Biden.
Divide, divide, divide… You think you see division now? Wait until this spring when the real evidence starts coming out, Meadows v. Trump, Bannon v. Trump, at that point, it’s not going to be about RINOs. It is going to be about whether there are any MAGAs left.
We cannot wait.
Jason Miciak & Nicole Hickman