The congressman said this week that he is retiring from politics after losing his Senate primary.
According to the Alabama Republican, the bad guys won. The former President of the United States, Donald Trump, supported the man.
The former president was slammed for having "no loyalty" and not being a "man of his word." The lawmaker said that Trump wouldn't do anything unless he got more money or his ego got better.
As their relationship has fallen apart, the two men have accused the president of asking them to illegally re-elect him.
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The on-again-off-again relationship between Brooks and Trump began when the congressman failed to win the president's endorsement, despite being a vocal Trump supporter.
After leading the charge in supporting Trump's baseless claims about the 2020 election, Brooks was endorsed by Trump for Senate.
In March of this year, Trump withdrew his endorsement after a lawmaker said Republicans should look to the future. As the polls were dropping, Trump reversed his position.
In June, Trump endorsed a woman who was ahead in the polls. In response to the former president's change of mind, he asked Trump to once again back him in the Senate race, instead of the "RINO" he had previously supported.
One week after the former president failed to do so, he bashed Trump on the social media site.
The Republican primary was decided on Tuesday. She will become the first woman to represent Alabama in the Senate if she wins the general election.
He said he was looking forward to spending more time with his family.
It's time for me to hand over the torch to people who are still fighting for America. He said that a lot of people from the younger generation are willing to carry that torch. I'm so happy for them. I would like them to fight for America the same way I have.
It may not be over yet. In May of this year, the House committee investigating the January 6 Capitol attack said it wanted to hear from the man who said that Trump pressured him to try and overturn the election.
According to CNN, he might be willing to testify if it takes place in public.
The lawmaker wants the public to see it so they don't get bits and pieces dribbled out.