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All things being equal I would rather have a republican-led senate than a Donald Trump presidency. And that’s what the Koch brothers are counting on. Unfortunately for the brothers this year is an unusual year for the Senate election. There are 34 Senate seats up for election. Of the 34, 24 are Republican seats and many of those are in states where Republicans are not doing well. Maybe it was smart for Mccain not to show up at the convention now he can collect the Koch brothers money to try to reach out an election victory.

I never thought I would be relieved by something the Koch brothers say and for their own greedy reasons they are not supporting trunk. But all those millions and millions of dollars are not going to go into the feeding Hillary. And at the end of the day that’s a good thing. The Koch brothers believe that Congress will act as it has with President Obama and create a spot in 2020 for  a republican run. What they’re not taking into consideration is how Hillary Clinton reaches across the aisle and get things done.

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https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/turning-back-on-trump-koch-network-focuses-on-senate/2016/07/31/3cc8d674-5793-11e6-8b48-0cb344221131_story.html

FILE – In this photo May 22, 2012 file photo, Charles Koch speaks in his office at Koch Industries in Wichita, Kansas. Billionaire industrialist and conservative benefactor Koch is hosting hundreds of the nation’s most powerful political donors this weekend in Colorado. The exclusive gathering at the foot of the Rocky Mountains is open to donors who promise to give at least $100,000 each year to Koch-approved groups. The Koch network has avoided supporting Donald Trump’s presidential campaign so far. (Bo Rader/The Wichita Eagle via AP, File)(Associated Press)

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