Walking into the Donald J. Trump website, one must leap across requests for donations much like the bars an Olympic athlete must jump over in hurdling. He tells the Republican Party not to use his name nor his likeness for raising money. Dollars raised that way are solely his. Nothing like a 74-year-old grifter hitting up Social Security recipients for their last few dollars. But Trump had something to say.
The ex-president continues the great lie about winning the 2020 election as long as he can milk it for money. Ironic that the greatest loser of all, losing the Senate and the White House for his party is going after the man described as President George W. Bush’s brain, Karl Rove.
He claimed Rove congratulated him on winning the election “Nov. 3rd, at 10:30pm (sic).” Really? Then, Trump went on to blast the man as a “RINO.” In a “Statement by Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America” on his .com website, Trump wrote:
‘If the Republican Party is going to be successful, they’re going to have to stop dealing with the likes of Karl Rove and just let him float away, or retire, like Liddle’ Bob Corker, Jeff “Flakey” Flake, and others like Toomey of Pennsylvania, who will soon follow. Let’s see what happens to Liz Cheney of Wyoming. ‘
Trump ended with:
‘Karl Rove is all talk and no action! Next time Karl, save your Election night phone call and keep doing a great job for the Democrats. Fox should get rid of Karl Rove and his ridiculous “whiteboard” as soon as possible!’
Washington Correspondent for The New York Times, Maggie Haberman tweeted:
‘He didn’t start his own party, which is complicated to do and be competitive, but Trump is trying to set himself up as the place where money for Republicans should go as opposed to GOP committees’
Twitter world went wild when they saw Haberman’s tweet. Take a look at some of our favorite responses below:
Art Reflecting Nature from 64 years ago to 2021:https://t.co/ZkhdC9hl3g
— meinnyc (@meinnyc130) March 9, 2021
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