Democrats, 'Never Trumpers' turning on 'ineffective' Lincoln Project: Politico

According to Politico in a piece published Sunday, the disgraced group has “a growing list of detractors” as many fear it could actually be enticing Trump to run for president again in 2024 despite its goal of defeating “Trumpism,” and that it’s become “ineffective” and “counterproductive” following Trump’s loss in 2020, reports of internal strife and its failed hoax in Virginia to paint Republians as White supremacists.

The Lincoln Project also continues to reel over co-founder John Weaver’s sexual harassment scandal and a string of resignations earlier this year.

“It was the darling of the resistance for savagely attacking Donald Trump. But now, everyone keeps rolling their eyes at the Lincoln Project and fears they may be clearing a path for the former president’s reemergence,” Politico reported. “But a year after delighting liberals with their insistence on bringing guns to a gunfight, operatives across the spectrum now say the group is, at best, ineffective and prodigal, at worst, counterproductive.”

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Mike Madrid, Rick Wilson, Steve Schmidt, and Reed Galen during a '60 Minutes' interview about the Lincoln Project last year. (Screenshot/CBS)

Mike Madrid, Rick Wilson, Steve Schmidt, and Reed Galen during a ’60 Minutes’ interview about the Lincoln Project last year. (Screenshot/CBS)

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