The NY Times reports that Trump and Mitch McConnell aren't speaking to one another, that McConnell has questioned the sustainability of Trump's administration, that they're in "a feud of mutual resentment and sometimes outright hostility," that "angry phone calls and private badmouthing have devolved into open conflict," and that in one call some time ago, the two of them engaged in "a profane shouting match."
Frankly, they deserve each other. McConnell is nearly as much of a traitor to the American political tradition as the chief executive; his refusal to carry out the constitutional mandate of a Senate vote on the preceding chief executive's Supreme Court nominee was essentially Trumpian. So a pox on them both.
But in this "both sidesism," could McConnell really be a Trumpian competitor in "a profane shouting match"? That both men are a political profanity, sure. But I'm having a difficult time imagining McConnell raising his voice above a sinister murmur.