Georgia GOP risks alienating crucial Senate voters if it doesn’t cut cord with Trump

ATLANTA — Georgia’s top Republicans have been all in on President Trump since day one.

They’ve backed his claims about a rigged voting system and followed his cues when he torched the reputation of high-ranking party members. But with Joe Biden’s win in the Peach State essentially a lock, barring a Hail Mary second recount overturning the result, some are wondering if now might be a good time to cut the cord with Trump and shift focus to winning two high-profile runoff races that will determine which party has power in the U.S. Senate.

“They are going to have to make a choice and make it
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