It seems like Donald Trump is losing more supporters by the day as former President George W. Bush is yet another Republican to come out to say that he doesn’t support Trump’s policies nor will he endorse the Republican Presidential nominee.
Although he didn’t call out Donald trump by name, he touched on many aspects Donald Trump advocates for during his speeches and interviews.
George W. Bush delivered an incisive critique of Donald’s foreign policies of “isolationism, nativism and protectionism” at a private fundraiser in Cincinnati on Tuesday for Ohio Sen. Rob Portman, according to four people who attended. Former Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell told the Journal:
‘It was an interesting exercise of statecraft,’
Ken Blackwell added:
‘No one could say he directly spoke in attack mode against Donald Trump. Neither could anybody miss the fact that he thought there were some cutting-edge issues that Trump is advancing that need to be scrutinized and debated.’
During the private fundraiser Former President George Bush stated:
‘Everyone wants to be free.’
Attendees at the event reported Bush stating that Muslim women should travel to the United States, so they can encourage their people back at home to imitate America’s free society and bring equality to the Middle East. While Trump continues to advocate the idea of prohibiting Muslims from entering into the U.S.
U.S. Rep. Brad Wenstrup of Cincinnati told the Journal,
‘He really touched everyone in the room.’
When asked about the future of the Republican Party Bush responded:
‘As long as everyone feels welcomed, I think we’ll succeed.’
Bush has largely avoided directly criticizing Trump during the presidential race, and several Bush World alums have endorsed Hillary Clinton over the controversial businessman.
President George Bush and his father former President George H.W. Bush, were absent from the GOP Convention in Cleveland earlier last month. Striking a hard blow between the Republican and the political establishment Doesn’t look to good Donald duck , wait Trump,. Donald has done nothing to make things right with the Khan family who still morns the death of their son and he still stands firm on his foreign policies of “isolationism, nativism and protectionism.” Republicans are now jumping ship and are considering voting for the opposing side. Hopefully the Republicans will really take the time in determining who they want to nominate for presidency during the next upcoming election.