September 15, 2010 by Post Team
Christine O’Donnell, Fresh from their win coming from anywhere in Delaware Republican Senate primary, Tea Party-backed candidate Christine O’Donnell said the Philippine Government and party strategist, Karl Rove.
The newly-minted candidate shots in the discussion of his victory over the U.S. establishment Rep. Mike Castle chooses in an interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos on Wednesday morning.
“I was ahead in the general election according to Rasmussen, before it Republican cannibalism started,” said Senate candidate on “Good Morning America.” “It is humiliating that the party gets behind this kind they say is the only person who can win, but does not stand for anything that the party represents.”
O’Donnell candidacy has been endorsed by the likes of Sarah Palin and the conservative senator from South Carolina, Jim DeMint, however, some fraction of the Republican Party have suggested they are less than satisfied with the conservative candidate’s campaign.
Stephanopoulos asked O’Donnell about a strong criticism made by Rove on Fox News the night of the primary. During the appearance, he claimed, “There are only a bunch of nutty things he has been saying that simply do not add up.”
O’Donnell categorically rejected the shot fired at his credibility and in relation to the financial problems of the past.
“Everything he says is a” fact, “said Republican candidate, now square off against Democrat Chris Coons in a general election match-up. “It is a shame because he is the same so-called political guru predicted that I would not win. And we won and won big. So I think, again, is eating some humble pie and is trying to restore its reputation. ”
At the hearing, O’Donnell Palin credited her win the primary and suggested that he can win in November without the support of the Republican establishment, which seems unlikely to back his campaign.
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