Trumpery is being redefined ... Boehner says 'unemployed' Trump 'has nothing else to do' but 'cause trouble'

Squire

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The whole living Trump family has never been gainfully employed and has spent their whole life engaged in nepotism and Trumpery while living off the wealth generated by Donald Trump's father and grandfather.

Thankfully the unemployment of Donald Trump has removed much of his bully pulpit and he has no major forums in which to engage in mischief.

Diehard Trumpers still love being showered with insults, lies, and slander from their false demigod.

https://thehill.com/homenews/news/5...rump-has-nothing-else-to-do-but-cause-trouble

Boehner says 'unemployed' Trump 'has nothing else to do' but 'cause trouble'
BY JOHN BOWDEN - 04/12/21 01:38 PM EDT 811

Former Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) on Monday said the "unemployed" former President Trump has nothing better to do than stir up trouble following his departure from Washington.

"Here's a guy who's unemployed, has nothing else to do but cause trouble. And clearly, it's obvious to me that he's not going away," Boehner said on "The View."

Boehner was asked by co-host Sara Haines when the GOP "wake-up call" was coming, given that many current elected Republican officials refuse to condemn the former president's false claims about 2020 election fraud which Trump repeated at a gathering of Republican National Committee (RNC) officials over the weekend.

"The president abused the loyalty and the trust that voters had placed in him by perpetuating this noise," Boehner said, adding that it was one of "the sadder things I’ve seen in the last 40 years in politics.”

Boehner's Monday salvo is just the latest pointed criticism he has levied at Trump as he promotes his new book, "On the House: A Washington Memoir." He has told reporters that he felt compelled to speak out following the assault on the U.S. Capitol in January.

Trump’s “refusal to accept the result of the election not only cost Republicans the Senate but led to mob violence. ... It was painful to watch,” the former speaker wrote in the book, according to excerpts published by The New York Times.

“I’ll admit I wasn’t prepared for what came after the election — Trump refusing to accept the results and stoking the flames of conspiracy that turned into violence in the seat of our democracy, the building over which I once presided," he reportedly continued in the book.
 

pinkeye

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I don't care, that's YOUR problem. I'd rather hear absolutely nothing about the piece of shit....

unless he dies.
 

SethBullock

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Conservatives, Independents, and mainstream Republicans need to drop Trump like a hot potato, or else they will lose in 2022 and 2024. Remember, you heard it here first!
 

Squire

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Conservatives, Independents, and mainstream Republicans need to drop Trump like a hot potato, or else they will lose in 2022 and 2024. Remember, you heard it here first!
The cupboard is bare. All the rest of the contenders have been exposed as sycophants, supplicants, and suckers, especially Cruz and Rubio the last leading challengers.

The GOP is an intellectual desert of blind followers and no leaders.
 

HBS Guy

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Like the “Liberals” here. Our PM avoids answering questions and duckshoves blame, babbles like a loon.
 

HBS Guy

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No talent coming up in the ranks. Their next big project, after completely stuffing the brilliant concept of the NBN is to limit and destroy the compulsory superannuation here. Retirees will have to reverse-mortgage their properties if the house is included in the assets test for the age pension.

Once that is done the Liberals can hand more money to those already obscenely rich.
 

Squire

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No talent coming up in the ranks. Their next big project, after completely stuffing the brilliant concept of the NBN is to limit and destroy the compulsory superannuation here. Retirees will have to reverse-mortgage their properties if the house is included in the assets test for the age pension.

Once that is done the Liberals can hand more money to those already obscenely rich.
The families of superannuation fund managers like to spend money too. Australians need to ditch the poor and send their money to the superannuation fund managers with no conditions.
 
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