President Trump hinted at opening new doors for the Republican candidate who loses Georgia’s heated Senate special election.
The top two GOP candidates, Sen. Kelly Loeffler and Rep. Doug Collins, are neck and neck in the polls. Quinnipiac’s September poll showed the two at 23% and 22%, respectively.
Despite his initial dissatisfaction with the pick, Trump lauded Kelly, whom Gov. Brian Kemp picked to replace Sen. Johnny Isakson, who retired for health reasons, during his Friday rally in Georgia.
“She can handle pressure. She has been fantastic,” Trump said. “She’s a great woman, and her husband is