President Trump, “I Only Destroy Careers of Republicans Who Say Bad Things”
Saturday, US President Donald Trump said he only destroys the career of Republican lawmakers after they say bad things about him, “and you fight back and they go down the tubes and that’s OK.”
“A couple of them,” President Trump said during a rally in Ohio at the Lewis Center without mentioning names.
“It’s alright. I don’t mention names. I never mention names. I’ve become much more diplomatic. A year ago, 2 years ago, I would have mentioned names. I don’t do that anymore.”
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President Trump talk about Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanugh, who he said should be confirmed without a problem.
“I think he’s going to get there, but to get him approved – because we have one vote who won’t be able to vote unfortunately – to get Justice Kavanaugh approved you need 100 percent of the Republican vote. How bad is that? How do you get 100 percent of anything?
Recall that in June President Trump opposed GOP Rep. Mark Sanford, who went down in the South Carolina primary following a highly critical Tweet by the president.
During the rally Saturday, President Trump praised Fox News and hammered MSNBC and CNN.
“Oftentimes I’m getting ready to do the fake news with CNN or MSNBC — MSNBC is so corrupt it’s so disgusting,” President Trump said.
“I would say they’re almost, they’re worst,” he said. “They’re really a fake news group of people.”
“Here’s the good news the guys that we love, they’re blowing them away in the ratings,” Trump said, before listing a series of Fox News hosts, including Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, Tucker Carlson and “the great Lou Dobbs.”
“CNN is down at the bottom of the totem pole, MSNBC is not even close to being next to these shows,” President Trump said. “So we’re blowing them away, and that’s good because those are the people that love
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