Ex-RNC Chair: Donald Trump 'Does Not Believe In The Ideals Of This Country'
Written by Huffingtonpost on June 2, 2020
Michael Steele, the previous chair of the Republican Nationwide Committee, on Monday hammered President Donald Trump’s lack of management amid the nationwide crises of the coronavirus pandemic and the protests which have erupted following the demise of George Floyd.
Steele, showing on MSNBC’s “Deadline White Home,” instructed that “for some cause, there’s nonetheless this expectation that Donald Trump in a second like that is going to reply” like his predecessors, reminiscent of Barack Obama.
As a substitute, Steele famous, “you might have is a president who retreats to his bunker out of worry of what? I don’t know.” (Trump was reportedly rushed to an underground bunker on Friday as anti-racist protests passed off in Washington, D.C.)
“He doesn’t step into that management, he repels from it and but we nonetheless anticipate him to behave in another way,” mentioned Steele, who was chair of the RNC from 2009 to 2011.
“This president has proven us who he’s,” he added. “He has advised us again and again what he believes. He doesn’t consider within the beliefs of this nation.”
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