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"now we’re sort of the stupid party,” said Edward J. Rollins, co-chairman of the pro-Trump super PAC

 

As Trump's condition goes from questionable to bad, Republicans are being forced to defend a lack of basic and common sense practices. Many in Trump's administration have called him "a moron" or similar. Now we are seeing proof in the hospital beds at Walter Reed.  ITYS

 

“There was a panic before this started, but now we’re sort of the stupid party,” said Edward J. Rollins, co-chairman of the pro-Trump super PAC Great America. “Candidates are being forced to defend themselves every day on whether they agree with this or that, in terms of what the president did on the virus.”

 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/as-virus-spreads-across-gop-ranks-some-republicans-say-party... 

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They are fighting a losing battle. The truth is on the Democrat's side.

 


Man learns from history that man learns nothing from history.
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