BREAKING: Trump says he’ll be “campaigning against Senator Lisa Murkowski” in 2 years

Moments ago, President Trump tweeted:

Few people know where they’ll be in two years from now, but I do, in the Great State of Alaska (which I love) campaigning against Senator Lisa Murkowski. She voted against HealthCare, Justice Kavanaugh, and much else…

…Unrelated, I gave Alaska ANWR, major highways, and more. Get any candidate ready, good or bad, I don’t care, I’m endorsing. If you have a pulse, I’m with you!

Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski, who voted against the skinny repeal of Obamacare and against confirming Justice Kavanaugh said she’s “struggling” as to whether to vote for President Trump in November.

“I am struggling with it. I have struggled with it for a long time.” Murkowski admitted.

Per TheHill,  Murkowski said she thought former Defense Secretary James Mattis’s blistering criticism of Trump a day earlier was “true and honest and necessary and overdue.” She suggested that it might embolden other Republicans who privately disagree with the president’s often controversial tone and conduct to speak out.

“When I saw Gen. Mattis’s comments yesterday I felt like perhaps we’re getting to the point where we can be more honest with the concerns we might hold internally and have the courage of our convictions to speak up,” she said.

Murkowski also admitted to “struggling” to decide whether to support Trump’s reelection even though she pledged to “continue to work with him and continue to work with this administration.”

Mattis, a widely respected military leader, called out Trump on Wednesday for what he said was a lack of a “mature leadership” and accused him for intentionally trying to divide the nation amid ongoing unrest after George Floyd’s death.

Murkowski is not up for reelection until 2022. She was first elected to the Senate in 2004. In 2010, she lost her primary race but won reelection on the strength of a write-in campaign. She easily won reelection in 2016.