Former White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly expressed despair over Donald Trump’s continued support within the GOP and the nation.
Many former Trump aides and advisors are alarmed by his potential rise in the GOP nomination contest and concerned about his leadership.
The former aides cited reasons such as criminal charges, election interference, false claims, chaotic management, and associations with dictators.
Gen. John Kelly, Trump's former chief of staff, rips his former boss:
"What’s going on in the country that a single person thinks this guy would still be a good president when he’s said the things he’s said and done the things he’s done?
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“What’s going on in the country that a single person thinks this guy would still be a good president when he’s said the things he’s said and done the things he’s done?” former chief of staff John F. Kelly stated.
“It’s beyond my comprehension he has the support he has.”
“I came out and told people the awful things he said about wounded soldiers, and it didn’t have half a day’s bounce.”
“You had his attorney general Bill Barr come out, and not a half a day’s bounce. If anything, his numbers go up. It might even move the needle in the wrong direction.”
“I think we’re in a dangerous zone in our country,” he pressed.
Despite their opposition, Trump continues to gain ground, supported by loyal aides and donors.
“These media whores are always looking for their next grift — whether its book deals or cable news contracts — because they know their entire worth as human beings revolve around talking about President Trump,” stated Trump spokesman Steven Cheung.
“They clearly don’t own any mirrors because if they did, they would not be able to look at themselves every day knowing what they’re doing is hurting the country. These charlatans are disgusting and should be wholly ignored.”
“The time has come to return to the normal policies of the Trump era which created a safer, stronger, and more prosperous America,” Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders said.