Gov. Brian Kemp (R‑GA) rebuked both former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden while speaking in Lexington, Virginia, on Saturday.
“This election should be about results, not personalities,” Kemp said during Washington and Lee University’s Mock Convention, created in 1908 to model the “Nominating Convention of the party out-of-power in the White House” — the GOP for this year’s event.
“It should be about the future of our country, not a race to the bottom,” he said. “Because if this general election becomes a debate about who can outlast the other 80-year-old politician, the American people will lose.”
With the Republican primary season well underway and Trump winning each state to date, Kemp slammed those, including Trump, who have continued to focus on the 2020 election, in which Trump made a “per …