Trump, according to Herschel Walker's son, has been calling his father for months, pleading with him to run for office despite pleas from "everyone with a brain.
The Republican candidate for Georgia's Senate, Herschel Walker, was defeated by his Democratic opponent in the runoff election ...
...on Tuesday. According to Walker's son, his father decided to run after receiving months of "demands" from Trump.
Everyone with a brain, according to his son, advised Walker not to run because of his "insane past."
The son of Herschel Walker claimed that his father entered the Georgia Senate race despite protests from others and months of pressure from former President Donald Trump to withdraw due to his "insane past."
The Real Deal, according to Christian Walker, is that Trump had been calling his father for months and COMMANDING that he run.
Everyone with a brain pleaded with him, "PLEASE DON'T DO THIS! This is too dirty, you have an insane past... PLEASE DONT DO THIS!" We got the middle finger He fled.
Republicans, we claim that we don't engage in "identity politics," yet you chose this candidate primarily because he had a similar ...
...skin tone to his opponent and had no experience outside of football, the author wrote. A dull old Republican could have won.
Herschel Walker was publicly criticized during the election by Christian Walker, who is estranged from his father.
After it was revealed that Walker had encouraged and paid for a woman he was dating in 2009 to get an abortion, he charged Walker with lying and abusive behavior in October.
Despite this, he remained largely silent throughout much of the campaign. However, according to The New York Times, he said on Tuesday that ...
...he could speak freely now that the election was over and that he did not need to worry about alienating too many Democratic voters.
Herschel Walker was accused of concealing "secret" children and of pressuring two women to have abortions, both of ...
...which he has denied. Christian Walker was described by The Times as a right-wing influencer who has backed Trump.
Walker's defeat means that the Democratic Party now holds a 51-seat majority in the Senate, compared to the Republican Party's 49 seats.