Jimmy Ruskin attacks Trump as the “sect leader” on the scene


Show on ABC the view On Monday, Representative Jimmy Ruskin (Democrat from Maryland) discussed the future of former President Donald Trump, claiming that he remains a “threat to the American public” and is likely to “destroy the Republican Party” due to his “tyranny and determination to remain a leader of the cult.”

After referring to the former president’s recent attacks on Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell as well as his threats to “support the fundamental challenges of non-MAGA conservatives”, the view Co-host Megan McCain asked Rep. Ruskin about his earlier statements that seemed to diminish any future political role for Donald Trump.

“I said that [Trump] “In the past we need to deal with the future,” McCain said. “I object. I think he has a lot of power and influence and I don’t think that by ignoring him we can only remove him.”

“Do you still believe that Trumpian politics will not play a role in the future?” She asked. “And what do you think of the reports and Axios talking about President Trump saying that he will be the 2024 candidate who will appear in his speech at CPAC?”

Which – which Transfer Earlier in the day, he claimed that Trump was planning to “send a message” that he is the presumed Republican candidate for 2024, and is holding “a firm grip on the party base.”

In response, Ruskin sought to clarify his statements, starting with his belief that Trump “would try to preserve this kind of authoritarian relationship” with members of the Republican Party.

He then sought to highlight the dangers Trump posed.

He said, “I think we need to confront his crime, corruption and gravity every day.” “As long as it is still there, it remains a clear and present danger to the American people.”

He added, “If he returns again, he will try to stay forever.”

Raskin also claimed that Trump “spent four years in office comforting every dictator and tyrant on earth, from Putin in Russia to Urban and Hungary to Duterte in the Philippines, Sisi and Egypt.”

Then he suggested that Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law and former senior adviser in the White House, seek funding for a future escape from these same tyrants and dictators. Ruskin said:

[T]They’ll send Jared Kushner there A world tour of every kleptocratic and authoritarian regime on Earth in order to collect the money they feel they deserve from working with all of these regimes, and that money will be used to try to bring Donald Trump back to the White House.

Ruskin reiterated the “threat” that Trump still posed, and said the former president was hurting the American people as well as the Republican Party.

“I think it is still a clear and applicable threat to the American Republic and of course to the Republican Party,” he said.

“The Republican Party is likely to be destroyed because of its authoritarianism and determination to remain the leader of a sect.”

Last week, Trump A. statement Attacking McConnell and stating his intention to support future Republican candidates in line with the “America First” agenda in the primary races.

“Mitch is a ruthless political hacker, sullen, not smiling, and if the Republican Senators stay with him, they will not win again,” the statement read.

He will never do what needs to be done, or what is right for our country. Where necessary and appropriate, I will support the core competitors who embrace Make America Great Again and our America first policy. We want wonderful, strong, thoughtful and compassionate leadership. “

The statement concluded by emphasizing the importance of this time for the country and the need to prevent “third-class leaders” from dictating the future.

On Saturday, Breitbart News mentioned That Trump will soon begin vetting 2022 mid-term candidates who are eager to introduce “America first” policies while ensuring that every open Republican seat has a MAGA-certified candidate running on it.

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