Donald Trump has always had to fight a two-front war.
Ever since launching his campaign for President, Trump has had to battle both Democrats and establishment Republicans at the same time.
But Trump is fighting back, and he just left this top RINO reeling with only eight words.
President Trump has faced the most opposition of any President in a generation.
As Democrats fall over themselves trying to stand out as the one to block the most parts of the President’s America First agenda, Trump has also had to contend with attacks from within his own party.
Many Americans will remember that President Trump wasn’t the first choice among many parts of the Republican Party when he ran for their nomination back in 2016.
In fact, he was in many ways the last choice of the party establishment, some of whom finally came around to supporting him after he won the nomination, defeated Hillary Clinton, or took office.
But others still never came around to supporting him.
And instead, they’ve worked tirelessly to derail his Presidency.
But Trump isn’t taking these attacks sitting down.
And this latest tweet storm shows it:
“President Trump went on a tear against former Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) late Thursday night, lambasting his ‘atrocious’ record after excerpts from a forthcoming book described the former GOP leader as exasperated with the president,” reports The Hill.
The comments come after Ryan decided to bail on his Congressional position so that he could attack the President from a safer spot.
Ryan himself even described retiring from office as an “escape hatch” from Trump.
But Trump wasn’t having any of it.
The President unloaded on Ryan like never before.
“Paul Ryan, the failed V.P. candidate & former Speaker of the House, whose record of achievement was atrocious (except during my first two years as President), ultimately became a long running lame duck failure, leaving his Party in the lurch both as a fundraiser & leader,” Trump tweeted.
“When Mitt chose Paul I told people that’s the end of that Presidential run. He quit Congress because he didn’t know how to Win. They gave me standing O’s in the Great State of Wisconsin, & booed him off the stage. He promised me the Wall, & failed (happening anyway!)”
The President’s words pointed out that Ryan oversaw a massive defeat for Republicans in 2012 against then-President Barack Obama.
Ryan also oversaw the loss of the House of Representatives for the first time since 2006 for Republicans while he served as Speaker until last year.
In short, his tenure in Congress was nothing short of a massive disappointment and Trump is working to remind Republicans of just that.
“He had the Majority & blew it away with his poor leadership and bad timing. Never knew how to go after the Dems like they go after us. Couldn’t get him out of Congress fast enough!” concluded the President.
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