Trump GOES OFF On His Enemies After Election Win
Throughout the presidential election, Donald Trump faced relentless attacks from both the mainstream media and the GOP establishment. Now, just a few days after his shocking win, Trump is firing back at the people who desperately tried to take him down.
They never should have messed with him…
Donald Trump fired off against his enemies on Sunday in one of his trademark Twitter sprees – hours after vowing to be ‘more restrained’ on social media.
The President-elect attacked The New York Times for its coverage of him, claiming it had lost ‘thousands of subscribers’ since his election win.
He then singled out three Republicans who had previously been his fiercest critics to thank them for their congratulatory phone calls following his victory – Mitt Romney, Jeb Bush, John Kasich.
‘Mitt Romney called to congratulate me on the win. Very nice!’ said the first of Trump’s public acknowledgments on Sunday.
‘Jeb Bush, George W. and George H.W. all called to express their best wishes on the win,’ he continued.
John Kasich also deserved a mention. ‘Governor John Kasich, of the GREAT, GREAT GREAT state of Ohio called to congratulate me on the win. The people of Ohio were incredible!’ said President-elect Trump.
Ohio played a crucial role in Trump’s election triumph, giving him 18 electoral votes.
No Republican president has ever won the election without its support and not since John F Kennedy’s successful 1960 campaign has the race been won without it.
Each of them publicly slammed him during his election, condemning his stances on immigration and his comments towards women.
Romney begged Republicans not to put the businessman forward for the party nomination in July, telling them: ‘Let me put it plainly, if we Republicans choose Donald Trump as our nominee, the prospects for a safe and prosperous future are greatly diminished.’
Jeb Bush earlier said he had been ‘praying’ for the President-elect since his election win.
He was among a chorus of other GOP figures who spoke out against Trump in October for his lewd comments about women.
He also described Trump’s shifted immigration stance as ‘abhorrent’ and ‘disturbing’ in August and said the businessman had begun to ‘morph’ into the very principles he campaigned against.
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