S.E. Cupp: Tribalism in the Country and in the GOP Is Rewarded More than Comity and That Makes McCain Roll over in His Grave

‘It is not dead, but it’s on life support’


CUPP: "Yes, there’s no question that, when it comes to the House, the Senate, the gubernatorial races and then the 2020 national race, there’s there’s four different races going on. And President Trump is going and the Republican Party is going to have to decide when and where President Trump is useful. But let’s make no mistake. The tribalism in this country and the tribalism in the two parties and even within my own party, pitting Republicans against Republicans, that is rewarded more than comity, more than coming together and reaching compromises. Compromises became — became a dirty word. And that makes John McCain, frankly, roll over in his grave. The conservative movement right now, while conservative values are strong, the conservative movement is in a coma. It is not dead, but it’s on life support."

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