Senator Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona took an interview with CNN and informed that she informs that she was leaving the Democratic Party and registering as an independent, this is publicly announced on Friday morning.
In that interview, which was conducted on Thursday by CNN, Senator Sinema was asked if she would join Senators Angus King of Maine and Bernie Sanders of Vermont in the Democratic caucus.
In that CNN interview with Tapper in her Senator’s office, she told that “I am a legally recognized independent in the Arizona state of US. She said “I know some people might be a little bit surprised by this surprising news, but actually in my point of view, I think it makes a lot of sense for me and the Arizona people.
“I’ve never neatly fit into any democratic Party. I have never this type of decision this is new for me. Now I am tired so taking the decision to leave this party and make my own.
“By Removing myself from the partisan structure — not only is it true to who I am and how I operate, but I also think it’ll provide a place of belonging for many people across the state and the country, who also are tired of the partisanship,” the speaker Senator Kyrsten Sinema said.
As of this week, Raphael Warnock had won the Georgia runoff election, giving the Democrats a 51-49 advantage in the Senate.