“When we have those private conversations, the president always listens and sometimes changes his mind,” Sen. John Cornyn said.
It’s been six years since Sen. John Cornyn had to defend his seat. And plenty has changed in Texas since 2014.
Cornyn defeated his Democratic challenger by nearly 30-points in 2014. He doesn’t expect that same cushion in 2020.
“I think it will be single digits,” said Cornyn of his race against MJ Hegar. “As you pointed out, she’s outspending me 2-to-1 with all of this out-of-state money.”
Some have questioned whether the senator has tried to distance himself from the president in his bid for re-election after Cornyn told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram editorial board he sometimes privately opposes President…