Rob Portman’s Latest Act of Cowardice

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Did you hear this? In his latest act of cowardice, Rob Portman is refusing to call Joe Biden the president-elect.

It’s pretty pathetic, even for Portman. Donald Trump can try to use all of the bogus lawsuits he wants — this election is over.

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Portman has once again shown his true colors when it matters most: he’s a Trump guy, plain and simple. He voted for Trump’s tax scam, tried to push millions of Americans off of their health insurance and carries water for this soon-to-be-ex-president at every opportunity.

Rob Portman has made his loyalty to Donald Trump over Ohioans clear at every turn, which is why we’re asking today: will you chip in now to the Defeat Portman Fund?

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Portman is notoriously skilled at snapping his fingers and raising absurd amounts of cash from his friends on Wall Street, so we need to build our grassroots war chest now if we’re going to oust this guy.

Click here to chip in to the Defeat Portman Fund: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/defeatportmanfund

Thanks,

Ohio Democrats

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