In a stunning interview, unelected Senator Martha McSally would not say if she would accept foreign assistance in her election, “abruptly” ending the interview. WATCH:
AZ Family: We wanted to ask if you would be willing to ask a foreign country to dig political dirt on your opponent?
Senator McSally: The House is doing what they’re doing. In the meantime, the Senate is doing our work in order to do what matters for Arizonans —
AZ Family: That’s not the question —
Senator McSally: And that includes addressing Alzheimer’s. Thanks, guys.
With a declining approval rating and a self-funding primary challenger dragging her to the right, McSally is among the most vulnerable Republicans in the Senate. She’s been outraised by “significant margins” by combat veteran and retired astronaut Mark Kelly for three quarters in a row, and trails in the polls — making it increasingly likely McSally will become “the first Arizona Republican to lose not one but two Senate seats to Democrats.”
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