The news has been full of stories about bitter, crybaby democrats who refuse to admit that Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton fair and square.
In all honesty, that’s what this entire Russian conspiracy is all about. Entrenched democrats and Hillary’s squadron of Washington establishment elitists have concocted one striking theory about how on earth Clinton couldn’t best the international icon Donald Trump, and, like a shark sensing blood in the water, the democrats aren’t planning to quit until they’re chewing on a proverbial chunk of flesh.
Now, one of Trump’s republican primary opponents has decided to crawl out from under whichever rock he was hiding, just to take a predictable and witless jab at the President.
“Former GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush suggested Friday that his predictions on the campaign trail that President Trump would bring ‘chaos’ to the White House had been validated.
“‘When I ran for office, I said he is a chaos candidate and would be a chaos president,’ Bush said at the Skybridge Alternatives (SALT) hedge fund conference in Las Vegas, according to CNN.
“‘Unfortunately, so far chaos organizes the presidency right now,’ he added.
“Bush said Friday that the administration has become focused on ‘living in the tyranny of the moment.’ He also advised the president to ‘stop tweeting,’ according to CNN.”
Jeb Bush, slithering in front of a news camera to admonish the President for using Twitter may be in the upper echelon of hypocritical actions by any politician in recent weeks, and that’s saying a lot.
The intense scrutiny of Donald Trump has seemingly only created iron-clad resolve for the President. Just this week it was announced that, amid the manufactured scandals of the left, the Commander in Chief will continue on his scheduled tour of the Middle East, and that he has also instructed the Pentagon to “annihilate” ISIS.
Jeb Bush’s “I told you so” notwithstanding, Trump will press on.