McSally Still Hasn’t Ruled Out Illegal Foreign Campaign Help
On Friday, McSally twice declined to answer questions about foreign political assistance. Instead of simply saying that she wouldn’t break the law, McSally “balked.”
PHOENIX — On Friday morning, U.S. Sen. Martha McSally repeatedly declined to rule out accepting political help from a foreign government in her election. Then, she “abruptly end[ed] reporters’ questions.”
In the four days since then, McSally still hasn’t said she’ll refuse political help from a foreign government — even though requesting such help is “illegal,” according to Federal Election Commission Chair Ellen Weintraub.
In the wake of this stunning refusal, Arizona Republic columnist Laurie Roberts wrote that McSally “
Here’s what Arizonans have been reading and watching:
CBS5 Phoenix (KPHO-TV): Sen. McSally won’t say if she’d seek foreign assistance to help her politically
NBC 12News Phoenix (KPNX-TV): “McSally has dodged questions about [the impeachment investigation] for a month.”