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Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, said she called on President Trump last fall to “calm him down, they hate” him, according to a report.
Murkowski said she decided to phone the President shortly after reading about the comments about her at a November event. “He was just off-the-cuff, and he said, ‘I know, I think Lisa Murkowski hates me. I kind of like her,'” Murkowski, the Anchorage Daily News said on Saturday.
You that, while they sometimes disagree with him, “I hate you said, you said Trump during the interview. I don’t think, don’t hate anyone, but I don’t hate you,” the Daily News reported.
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The President was kind to her, she said. “He was so sweet, he says: ‘this is so nice,” she told the Daily News.
On the call, Murkowski said she also discussed topics important to Alaska for several minutes.
She told the paper that the political differences are a fact, on the legislation, but it is important to maintain a positive professional relationship.
Murkowski has come together, legislatively, with trump, especially when you are the only Republican senator to vote against the confirmation of the Supreme Court, judge Brett Kavanaugh.
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By the end of 2019, if the Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., Fox News said he would lead a “full and fair trial,” but “coordination” with the White house team for the impeachment proceedings, Murkowski said she was distraught over the news.
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“For me, it means that we have to take that step back from the hand-in-glove “with the defense, and so I listened to what was said leader McConnell, I think, by chance, that the, are more confused,” she told KTUU-TV in the last month.
Fox News’ Ronn Blitzer contributed to this report.