Donald Trump Insults Republican Leaders, Wonders Why The GOP Won’t Unite Behind Him
Donald Trump has spent this year crudely insulting all the top leaders of the Republican Party.
According to Donald Trump:
George W. Bush was “a big fat mistake” and “probably the worst president in the history of the United States”.
Mitt Romney was “a stone cold loser”.
John McCain was “not a war hero” and a “dummy”.
Marco Rubio was “just another Washington D.C. politician that is all talk and no action”.
Ted Cruz was “the single biggest liar I have ever dealt with,” and “like a little baby, soft, weak, little baby.”
John Kasich was “desperate” and had “no imagination”.
Rick Perry was “failed”.
Jeb Bush “lacked energy”.
Ben Carson was “pathological”.
Dick Cheney was unlikable, “I didn’t like Cheney when he was a vice president; I don’t like him now.”
Karl Rove was “a total loser”.
George Will was “just another dummy”.
Bill Kristol was “dopey”.
Glenn Beck was “a real nut job”.
Joe Scarborough had “not much power or insight”.
David Brooks was “closing in on being the dumbest of them all.”
Rand Paul was “a spoiled brat without a properly functioning brain”.
Lindsey Graham was “one of the dumbest human beings I have ever seen”.
Scott Walker was “not smart”.
Carly Fiorina was “a massive headache”.
Ben Sasse “looks more like a gym rat than a U.S. Senator”.
Rick Scott “did really poorly”.
John Sununu “couldn’t get elected dog catcher”.
George Pataki was “one of the worst”.
Today, Donald Trump is telling the Republicans that it’s time for them to come together to support his presidential campaign. “The Republican Party has to come together, they have to get their act together,” Trump says.