Gingrich: Bushes View Themselves As Closer To Obamas, Clintons Than To Trump

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Former Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) and Fox News host Laura Ingraham chided former President George W. Bush on Wednesday for his lack of vocal support for President Trump.

The two did so as Bush prepares to hit the campaign trail for a handful of GOP candidates this fall.

“In some ways there is a presidential establishment. [The Bushes] see themselves in some ways as closer to the Clintons and the Obamas because they are all in the club,” Gingrich said on Ingraham’s radio show.

“But on one level, I don’t blame them. Trump was very tough about Bush’s policies,” added Gingrich, who left the House just before Bush took office. Read more at THE HILL.

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  1. Birds of a feather flock together. While the goals of these 3 stooges (and their followers) are to destroy America (as we see) and are part of the New World Order trying to implement the new “Ten Commandments” etched in stone on the Georgia Guidestones in 10 languages (including Hebrew), President Trump is doing just the opposite, making America great again – which is why they want him impeached at all cost.

    Can you imagine Hillary the devil as president whose Clinton Body List is almost as long as the Bushes 9/11 list? Hashem yerachem.

    MAY HASHEM PROTECT US FROM THESE EVIL STOOGES.

  2. The Bushes are crafty evil people, in a way worse than Obama. The main reason he went to war with Iraq was to get even with Saddam after he found out the plot to assassinate his dad. Dont forget the weapons of mass destruction was a total lie and thousands of lives were lost due to bushes personal vendetta against Saddam

  3. Bush’s grandfather, Preston Bush, was the leader of the American Nazi Party during the Holocaust. He lead a Nazi rally in Madison Square Garden in the 1940’s wearing Nazi uniforms and flags. Looks like all the antisemites stick together. It runs in their blood. Read up on Preston Bush.

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