“We’ve had some bad ones, and there’s not even a close second to him,” Reid told The New York Times Magazine’s Mark Leibovich. “He’ll lie. He’ll cheat. You can’t reason with him.”
Other than the booming economy, progress being made building a border barrier whether the Democrats admit it or not, a trade playing field that is more level than it has been in decades, tens of thousands of human traffickers arrested, a new tax structure that benefits the Middle Class, and so much more…yeah, President Trump is indeed bad for the politicians that did all of that to us in the first place.
As for Reid’s stance on all the regular talking points of the day, he knows them well.
“Why in the hell didn’t Sessions leave?” he said. “Same with Kelly,” referring to the departing chief of staff. “I’d say, ‘Go screw yourself.’ I could not look my children in the eye.”
Well, after being attacked by a piece of exercise equipment a few years back, that is difficult for Dingy Harry. He never did seem to regain vision in that one eye.
And, of course, there was the parting shot.
“In 1993, around the time Donald Trump was gobbling up tax-free inheritance money from his wealthy father and driving several companies into bankruptcy, I made a mistake,” Reid said in a statement, explaining that while decades ago he supported ending birthright citizenship, he later reversed his position on the issue.
Uh-huh. Democrats conveniently refuse to admit that Trump’s four failures in business out of a few hundred were the ones in which he really had no expertise. When it came to building, actual building with steel, bricks, mortar, sheetrock and stone, he did it, and it made him billions.
Dingy Harry, your day has come and gone. Take a hike.