President Donald Trump, who once posed the question if “anonymous” was guilty of “treason,” has weighed in on Miles Taylor’s announcement he was the writer of The New York Times’ “I am the resistance” op-ed before the 2018 midterm elections.
Trump called out Taylor at his Goodyear, Arizona, campaign rally as “a sleazebag who’s never worked in the White House” and a “low-level, low-life.”
“The whole thing was one more giant hoax from the Washington swamp and a corrupt special interest group,” Trump told the crowd, the latter referring to never-Trump group The Lincoln Project, which is funding Democrats to flip the Senate. “This guy, in my opinion, he should be prosecuted.”
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