, the former labor secretary under President , on Monday named who he believed could be “the most dangerous” American politician “of my lifetime.”
Instead, Reich, 73, wrote in an editorial for that Senate Majority Leader (R-Ky.) deserved the title for helping to “transform the Republican Party into a cult, worshiping at the altar of authoritarianism” and damaging “our country in ways that may take a generation to undo.”
Reich, a vocal critic of Trump and his administration, said the “most obvious” goal in November 2020 was to vote Trump out of the White House.
But that is “not sufficient,” he noted. “We also have to flip the Senate and remove the worst Senate Majority Leader in history.”
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