John Boehner Returns To Politics & Drops Heroic Anti-Trump Announcement For The Ages (VIDEO)

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John Boehner is back and just told a group in Las Vegas that Donald Trump’s fights with the media were not smart and downright treacherous, according to the Washington Post:

‘You never get into a fight with people who buy ink by the barrel. He does it every day. Never get into a p—ing match with a skunk. He does it every day. I never really saw him as president. You all know what I mean.’

The Ohio Republican advised the man in the Oval Office to “quit tweeting” and stop fighting with people in the press, such as MSNBC’s Morning Joe co-hosts, the Washington Post reported:

‘He keeps getting in his own way. “I mean, going after Mika Brzezinski or Joe Scarborough? What the hell is the point? It may have worked during the campaign. But I think he would do himself well if he would just slow the tweeting down and just focus on what he’s doing and not being critical.’

Boehner’s no-holds-barred words cut right to the heart of this president’s problems, trying to repeal and replace ObamaCare, according to a video of the group that the Washington Post obtained:

‘Here we are, seven months into this year, and yet they’ve not passed this bill. Now, they’re never — they’re not going to repeal and replace Obamacare. It’s been around too long. And the American people have gotten accustomed to it. Governors have gotten accustomed to this Medicaid expansion, and so trying to pull it back is really not going to work.

‘When it’s all said and done, you’re not going to have an employer mandate anymore, you’re not going to have the individual mandate. The Medicaid expansion will be there. The governors will have more control over their Medicaid populations and how to get them care, and a lot of Obamacare taxes will probably go.’

Instead, Boehner suggested that the Republicans pull off parts of the law, like regulations, tax provisions, and the mandates to buy health insurance, the Washington Post reported:

‘When it’s all said and done, you’re not going to have an employer mandate anymore, you’re not going to have the individual mandate. The Medicaid expansion will be there. The governors will have more control over their Medicaid populations and how to get them care, and a lot of Obamacare taxes will probably go.’

Those are wise words, Mr. Speaker.

Check out this classic John Boehner audio below:

https://youtu.be/VHSgpKfwlv4

Featured Image via Getty Images/Win McNamee.