Flashback: GHWB Voted For Hillary Clinton, Called Trump a 'Blowhard,' Hosted BO At His Home 4 Days Ago
This should never be forgotten and it's something that became a deal-breaker for me 2 years ago when it comes to George H.W. Bush.
It was HIS reelection race, in 1992, against a corrupt, lying, draft-dodging womanizer that transported me into politics, and it is main reason why you are reading this blog today and why I have been writing for almost 10 years and posting political videos to YouTube for 11 years.
It is inexcusable, for a former Republican President, who had 10s of millions of Republicans do everything they could to put him into office and keep him there when reelection came up in 1992, to vote for someone like Hillary Clinton. In-ex-cusable. One day after Trump became the nominee in 2016, W and his dad, Bush 41, put out a statement saying wouldn't be endorsing anybody (that would be Trump) during this election cycle. If you want to do, then FINE. But you sure a heck don't go into a polling place and check the box for Hillary Clinton, the most corrupt individual to ever run for President in American history. Not only did he do that, he let everybody know about it (see headline) and took a swipe at Trump in the process, calling him a 'blowhard' driven by 'ego.'
To top that off, just 4 days ago, Bush 41 hosted Barack Obama at his home in Houston and it's NOTHING but glowing words for O.
Here is a tweet from the other day from Bush Spox Jim McGrath:
Here is the article from the U.K. Telegraph
Former US president George H W Bush voted for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election and called Donald Trump a "blowhard" who was driven by "a certain ego."
His son George W. Bush left his ballot blank and said about Trump: "This guy doesn't know what it means to be president."
The revelations, contained in historian Mark Updegrove's "The Last Republicans," available in bookstores later this month, represent the strongest criticism to date from the Bush clan on why their Republican successor is uniquely unfit to hold office.
"I don't like him," the elder Bush told Updegrove in May 2016 before the elections in November of that year, according to excerpts of the book obtained by AFP.
"I don't know much about him, but I know he's a blowhard. And I'm not too excited about him being (our) leader