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The Washington Post article Posted by The American Conservatives | November 15, 2017 11:05:15 The Washington Examiner is reporting that the top 10 Republicans who should be on Donald Trump’s “Top 10” list should be Senators Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Mike Crapo, Jim Risch, Chris Murphy, Pat Toomey and John McCain.
The Examiner has already published the list and the senators who are expected to be on it, including: Sens.
Susan Collins, Rand Patagonia, Mark Kirk, Rob Portman, Mark Warner, Mark Begich, Joe Manchin, Pat Roberts, Mark Pryor, Mark Dayton, Pat Tillis, Rob Bishop, Jerry Moran, Mark Udall, John McCain, Mark Lautenberg, Jerry Durbin, Joe Donnelly, Tom Udall and Rob Porton.
Cruz, Lee, Rubio, Patagonias, Kirk, Risch and Portman are all potential picks to replace Graham, who is retiring.
Cruz is the only one who is on the list.
Rubio is expected to join the list next month and is currently the only Republican senator who has not been confirmed.
Lee is a potential pick to replace Murkowski, who announced in March that she was retiring.
McCain is likely to join Graham and Toomeys on the top of the list, and the only other two Republicans who could potentially replace Graham are Portman and Pryor.
Cruz, Lee and Rubio are the only two Republicans not on the “Top” list who have endorsed Trump, the Examiner reported.
The rest of the top ten Republican senators should not be on the Trump list.
The Republican senators who should not have a spot on the Donald Trump “Top Ten” list are: Sens.-Ted Cruz, Marco Ruiz, Mike Farr, Tom Cotton, Rob Wittman, Richard Burr, John Thune, Rob Woodall, Joni Ernst, Pat Sullivan, Mike Rounds, John Barrasso, Rob Manchin and Pat Toomes.
The other two GOP senators who could possibly replace Graham and Rubio on the president’s list are Tom Cotton and Rob Wittmans.
Graham has been a thorn in Trump’s side since his presidential bid, and Rubio has also been one of his most vocal critics.
Trump has not endorsed any of the senators, and he has been more cautious in his support for Graham.