Instead, Republican senators say there has been little discussion about what Trump’s second term would look like, other than the assumption he might have a chance to appoint another Supreme Court justice and fill other judicial vacancies…
Asked if the president has described to Republican senators his agenda for after the election, the senator said, “No.”
The senator said that needs to change in order to give Republicans a better chance of keeping control of the White House and Senate.
“Candidates win or lose in part because of what they describe will happen if they’re elected. There are lots of reasons why people vote for or against people. One of the components is ‘If I’m elected, this is what you can expect,’” the senator said, adding that “there should be” a clear explanation of the president’s agenda.