Rich Lowry, editor in chief of the National Review, said that Attorney General Merrick Garland has bent to Democratic pressure to make a case against former President Donald Trump.
In an interview Friday morning, Lowry told WOR’s Len Berman and Michael Riedel, “I think they are out to get Trump. The chances are that Merrick Garland will end up indicting [him] for something,” which Lowry predicted will be January 6th-related.
Lowry says that all the focus on Trump, including the raid on Mar-a-Lago by the FBI, the Georgia election probe, and the New York investigation into the Trump Organization, including the sentencing this week of CFO Allen Weisselberg, has been helpful to the former President, who is now again moving ahead of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in the polls.
Berman and Riedel also discussed the midterm elections with Lowry, who said that Democrats appear to have achieved some sort of separation from President Biden’s unpopularity. “I’m not sure that’s sustainable, but if you’re a Republican, it’s got to be a worrisome trend,” said Lowry.
He said that the Republicans taking control of the Senate is questionable in his mind, but still feels that their taking control of the House is a lock.
Check out the full interview with Rich Lowry here: