Rick Scott fumbles defense of scandal-plagued Senate candidates

U.S. Sen. Rick Scott offered less than enthusiastic defenses of two Senate candidates who advanced to the November General Election in Georgia and Arizona, after grilling on national television about character flaws of GOP nominees.

Sunday on CBS’ “Face the Nation,” Scott was asked about his advice to voters to pick candidates they would “hire” in Senate races, in light of the questionable resumes of GOP nominees Herschel Walker and Blake Masters, amid a “list of troubling things” said by GOP candidates nationwide.

Host Margaret Brennan alleged that Georgia’s Walker had lied about how many children he had, his business dealings, and had been accused

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