Donald Trump Goes On Deranged Twitter Rampage After GOP Senator HUMILIATES Him On CNN

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‘There’s one sure thing: I don’t want Hillary Clinton to be president,” Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) once told POLITICO. That still hasn’t changed; however, as he made clear on CNN’s State of the Union on Sunday, he won’t vote for Donald Trump.

Especially not after that over-the-top anti-immigration speech in Phoenix.

Jake Tapper reminded Jeff Flake that they last time they spoke, he didn’t know what he’d do on Election Day.

‘You must have a pretty good idea by now, though. If the election were held today, for whom would you vote?’

The Arizona senator replied that he still doesn’t know who he’ll vote for.

‘I would not vote for Hillary Clinton. And, as of now, I would still not vote for Donald Trump.’

When Jake Tapper asked if Jeff Flake would vote for Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party candidate, he dodged the question.

‘You can always write somebody in.’

Flake also expressed that, really, he’d rather vote for his party’s nominee. Donald Trump makes that impossible.

‘So, I just know that I would like to vote for Donald Trump. It’s not comfortable to not support your nominee. But, given the positions that he has taken and the tone and tenor of his campaign, I simply can’t.’

See video below for the full interview. The part where CNN’s Jake Tapper asks Jeff Flake whether he’ll vote for Donald Trump begins at the 35-second mark.

As if a GOP senator dissing the Donald on CNN isn’t bad enough, it gets worse. Jeff Flake goes on to warn that Mein Trumpf is so awful, he’s given Hillary Clinton a narrow lead in Arizona…Flake’s and Sen. John McCain’s home state, which normally votes solid Republican.

Donald Trump still hasn’t learned that most Republicans prefer the racism of their party’s policies to be thinly veiled so they don’t have to see it.

So how does Donald Trump respond? You’d think that this time — now that he’s ticked off a high-ranking Republican from a state he should be winning easily — he’d try and do something presidential. Like proving his leadership skills by trying to win Jeff Flake over and bring him into his tent. But he isn’t. Instead, @RealDonaldTrump goes full on middle-school with a taunting Twitter rampage.

Very weak and ineffective, Donald. Sad!

Hillary Clinton quickly jumped in to remind voters that her opponent is so unpresidential he won’t be able to get anyone to work with him.

And David McMullin, the former chief policy director for the House Republican Conference and a former CIA operations officer blasted Donald Trump as nothing but a big bully with a fragile ego.

Boom.

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