GOP Senate candidate says he won’t support Trump

CASTLE ROCK, Ark.

(AP) A Republican Senate candidate in Arkansas says he will not support Donald Trump for president, saying the Republican nominee’s divisive campaign has left him feeling isolated.

Cassie skins said Monday on “Fox and Friends” that she has not yet decided whether to run for Senate, adding she is “proud to be an Arkansan.”

The former judge is running against Sen. Mark Pryor, a Democrat.

She told Fox that she supports Pryor and that she will not vote for Trump.

“He’s the worst candidate that I have ever seen in my life,” she said.

“He has never shown respect for people.

He’s the most divisive candidate that we have ever run against in our history.”

She also said that she believes Trump should have resigned from his role as president.

“If he has been a part of it, he has not demonstrated any responsibility,” she told Fox.

“There’s no evidence to support that.”

Trump’s campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Pryor, who was first elected to the Senate in 2010, is considered a moderate who has worked with Democrats and Republicans on important issues.

The Republican senator from Arkansas was one of Trump’s closest allies during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Pryor has also spoken out against the controversial use of a private email server while serving as attorney general of Arkansas.

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