I'm always cautious with Michael Snyder, but this is an interesting read on an important topic. My working assumption is that, whatever personal animus and political convictions Mitch may have brought to his feud with Trump, there were moneyed interests behind him pushing him. See what you think. One thing is for sure, by now Trump knows who his enemies are. This is a small part of a considerably longer article, so check it out:
However, the last thing the country needs at this juncture is a leaderless GOP in Washington. The country and the GOP very much need strong leadership. McConnell--incredibly for one with his political experience--fundamentally miscalculated his role. Notice who the two Republican senators who spoke for attribution were--Johnson and Graham have been close to McConnell and have a status as elders in the Senate. Whether their support of Trump was genuine or not, their words demonstrate that they realize the transformation of the party that Trump has wrought--and that McConnell's actions were leading the GOP over a political cliff. These are things that someone with McConnell's experience should have realized on his own. That he failed to do so--and this egregious lapse in judgment happened in public--is what is behind the unprecedented public pushback McConnell received. He broke a trust he's likely going to be unable to ever regain.