you just had to look at george conway on television every single day bashing his wife's boss. who does that? that is not something you would do to your worst enemy. >> sean: let me go back to this battle. and you can see battle lines being drawn. okay. as far as the agenda goes, if you are a republican, you would probably agree with 98% of everything that donald trump did. people that had stylistic criticisms and differences, i'm from new york. nothing offends me. absolutely nothing. i think a lot of people were pretty phony. but the point is this. you can sense the establishment republicans of mitch mcconnell's, not particularly loved by anybody to be blunt. they think that they can purge the party, the 75 million voters really that like donald trump because he is a disrupter. >> you know sean, i have seen this before. the party has had splits before and we will go through it again. the only question is how bad is this one? is it deep or is it worse? what i do know is that the only way that republicans can pass conservative policies into law is to keep the coalition together.
to george conway agreed to saying, it's a shame, and you shouldn't forget the hard work of so many people and the positive things the organization did, but yes, i think this is right. if the super pac is lawyering up to fight back against a dozens of allegations against cofounder john weaver and revelations about the group's finances. paul hastings is conducting a comprehensive review of their operations and culture. fox news has learned multiple lawyers have according to sec filings contributed to the lincoln project. a total of nearly six and a half thousand dollars. the fact may raise further ethics issues. owner said it jasmine said the group wasn't created only to take on president trump here to speak of the lincoln project had a broader mandate in their own mind which was due not only beat president trump but also defeat representatives and senators who they felt were complicit in not holding him to be accountable. >> most of the projects were a bust. of the ten samet dominic senate democrats, the price tag $10 million, seven candidates lost. >> being a member of the republican part
conway. >> i didn't know john very well. i only spoke to him a couple times on the phone early on in the lincoln project. howie: even on thursday night, cnn's anderson cooper didn't ask conway about the allegations. in short, msnbc loved the idea of using disinfected republicans to hold donald trump accountable but isn't interested in holding the lincoln project accountable. jennifer horn of said after talking to some of his alleged victims, when i spoke to one of the founders to raise objections and concerns, i was yelled at and lied to. lincoln project posted screen shots of her private twitter messages in an effort to embarrass her. that's not only a violation of privacy but conway said it may violate federal law. steve schmidt has resigned, saying he wants to make room for a female board member. he said he didn't know about the allegations and he detests john weaver because he remembers the shame and depression he felt at age 13 when a camp medic touched him inappropriately. the lincoln project has now called for an outs
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