On Wednesday, Republican strategist Liz Mair voiced her displeasure with Donald Trump during an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper.
Mair rightfully stated:
‘His message is being a loudmouthed d*ck, basically.’
‘And going out there and offending people and then engaging in an airing of grievances. That’s what he does. He doesn’t have another message.’
Cooper asked Mair if she had lost hope of the GOP getting through to Trump to get him to behave more traditionally, or at least more reservedly, as a candidate. Mair responded by saying that she lost all hope of the Republican party reigning Trump in months ago. She explained that trying to conduct an interview with Trump, to make him change his ways, would be a waste of time.
Donald Trump has his own way of getting through to his supporters, even if it is by blatantly disrespecting people and making promises he won’t be able keep. You can’t teach an old dog new tricks, and considering the way Trump has been behaving over the past few weeks, he has no intentions of even trying to learn.
Mair also added, trying to separate Republicans from the GOP candidate:
‘The Republicans have a message but it’s not his [Trump’s] message and he has no intentions of carrying it.’
When Anderson Cooper asked Liz Mair about the future of the political campaign, she foretold:
‘We’re gonna continue to see the Republican nominee basically acting as if he’s on a suicide mission and aiming to take the whole rest of the party down with him.’
Donald Trump has been taking a lot of heat over the fast few days, and rightfully so, considering the fact that he has a fondness for kicking babies out of rallies and promoting foreign policies of isolationism, nativism, and protectionism.
Hopefully, this series of unfortunate events will strike a powerful blow to Trump and he will finally realize that presidency isn’t about press coverage, but about genuine leadership and working together.
To watch footage of the interview, see the video below:
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