EXCLUSIVE: Former RNC Chair takes a mean swipe at President Trump
Former RNC Chairman and former Lt. Governor of Maryland Michael Steele fired back at President Trump on Twitter Thursday evening in a major slam.
President Trump had tweeted late Wednesday night, “Years ago, when Media was legitimate, people known as “Fact Checkers” would always call to check and see if a story was accurate. Nowadays they don’t use “Fact Checkers” anymore, they just write whatever they want!”
Trump was blasting the Washington Post over a story they published which claimed that Trump had asked Attorney General William Barr to hold a news conference about his call with the president of Ukraine, and Barr had refused. The president said the story is a complete hoax.
Steele, who is currently a political analyst for MSNBC, responded to Trump’s tweet with a slam.
He wrote, “Years ago, when the dignity and authority of the presidency meant something, people known as “president” would always conduct themselves mindful of the constitution and their duty to the nation. Nowadays the president doesn’t do that anymore, he just does whatever he wants!!”
Years ago, when the dignity and authority of the presidency meant something, people known as “president” would always conduct themselves mindful of the constitution and their duty to the nation. Nowadays the president doesn’t do that anymore, he just does whatever he wants!! https://t.co/SD1OR93Y5d
— Michael Steele (@MichaelSteele) November 8, 2019
Trending on DML News App
- VIDEO: Incredible video of undercover officer disarming man who stole rifle from police
- VIDEO: Dallas business owner trying to defend store beaten and stoned by rioters – DML responds
- BREAKING: Historic church near White House set on fire by rioters [VIDEO]
- VIDEO: Professor who predicted Trump’s 2016 win explains who he thinks will win between Trump/Biden
- Daily Deal: Miracle Me Mini
- REPORT: Sessions Admits Trump’s Frustration With Russia Probe ‘Not All Unjustified’
- DML LIVE: Where’s Obama’s call for violence to stop? [VIDEO]
- VIDEO: Minnesota governor makes announcement authorizing National Guard
- REPORT: Police make terrible discovery at former home of couple arrested in abuse case
- VIDEO: Dozens of volunteers descend on Minneapolis to clean up after riots