Georgia’s GOP Lt. Gov Duncan says Trump “got fired” and DeSantis was praised after midterm elections

Republican Georgia Lt. Gov Geoff Duncan told CNN that after Tuesday night’s election results, former President Donald Trump was fired by Republicans.

“There’s no way to deny the Donald Trump got fired Tuesday night. The search committee has brought a few names to the top of the list, and Ron DeSantis is one of them. Ron DeSantis is being rewarded for a new thought process with Republicans and that solid leadership,” he said Thursday.

Duncan also said that Georgia’s Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker needs to make three important phone calls to win the runoff. 

“Make three successful phone calls. One is to tell Donald Trump to stay out of Georgia for four weeks. He is toxic, he would do nothing to help the ticket. Secondly, I would pick up the phone and call Brian Kemp and ask him for his help. Apologize for not endorsing him during the primary against David Perdue. And third, I would call Ron DeSantis and ask him to come to Georgia as often as he possibly can the next four weeks. That would be a winning recipe for Herschel Walker,” Duncan told CNN.

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