The one member in the US Senate who truly lives up to his name is Jeff Flake. Both he and Arizona’s senior senator, Songbird McCain, are Republicans, but you would never know it to hear either of them speak. They are both as far left as Barack Hussein.

Jeff the Flake is running for reelection in 2018 and has a handful of potential primary challengers already gearing up to replace him in the general election. Three have met with President Trump and his team.

Both Flake and Songbird are Rinos of the first rank and if President Trump’s agenda is to be completed, they must both be put out to pasture.

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From The Washington Free Beacon

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The White House has been meeting with prospective opponents of Sen. Jeff Flake (R., Ariz.) in an apparent effort to put pressure on the senator, who has been a vocal critic of President Donald Trump.

Flake refused to endorse Trump during the presidential campaign and said he could not attend the GOP convention because he had to “mow his lawn.” Now, the Trump administration has had meetings with at least three prospective candidates to run against Flake in the Republican primary, Politico reports.

Flake is up for reelection in 2018 and is considered quite vulnerable.

Politico reports that Trump has talked to Arizona Treasurer Jeff DeWit at least twice. DeWit was a part of Trump’s 2016 campaign. White House officials have also met with former state Sen. Kelli Ward and former Arizona GOP Chairman Robert Graham.

Trump has vocalized his dislike for Flake. Trump said at a rally towards the end of his presidential campaign that he would spend $10 million of his own money to help a challenger defeat Flake in 2018.

The White House has denied that it is targeting Flake or actively looking for a challenger.