The Koch Brothers are losing key supporters especially in the energy industry as they turn their backs on Republican candidates and try to attack President Donald Trump.
Dan Eberhart, CEO of the Canary drilling company and Koch-World heavyweight, told NPR that he is not happy about the way the Kochs are cutting off some Republicans, like Kevin Cramer, who is running for Senate in North Dakota.
NPR Reports: “We as Republicans need a united front going into the midterm elections,” Eberhart told NPR. Asked whether he will continue to donate to the Koch network, Eberhart said, “It definitely gives me pause.” “I think that you’ve got to put the money behind the candidates and the people that are governing to try to affect policy outcomes,” Eberhart told NPR. […]
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