Former Trump advisor Steve Bannon slammed former President George W. Bush in his address to California Republicans at the annual California Republican party convention on Friday night.
Bannon depicted the former President Bush as bumbling and inept, placing the blame on him for presiding over a “destructive” presidency during his time in the White House.
Bannon said: “There has not been a more destructive presidency than George Bush’s. It was clear he didn’t understand anything he was talking about. He has no earthly idea of whether he’s coming or going,” hinting that Bush was given a Trump bashing script to read – “just like it was when he was President of the United States.”
Bannon went after Bush for ripping Trump’s America first policy.
He said: “It’s not about your race, your color, your gender, your religion, your ethnicity, your sexual preference. It’s about one thing — are you a citizen of the United States of America? Because if you’re a citizen, there are certain responsibilities and obligations that come with that — but as a citizen also you should have a preference for jobs and economic opportunities.”
Bannon also sharply criticized Sen. John McCain. Even though he praised McCain’s military service, he said as a politician, “He’s just another senator from Arizona.”
Steve Bannon is 100% correct. George Bush was an awful and incredibly destructive President. Incredibly destructive war in Iraq. Massive spending. He also destroyed any credibility the GOP had of small government and restrained spending.
The failures of Bush gave us 8 years in the dark ages under Obama.
Thanks for nothing W!
He gave us Pelosi and Reid.
His dad gave us Bill and Hillary Clinton.
One family has nearly destroyed the country through malfeasance and globalist agenda.
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