Donald Trump is far from done and he still has a ton of vitriol left for the Republicans who he believes abandoned and betrayed him.
The 45th President of the United States spoke at a Spring donor retreat on Saturday and laced into many, including Dr. Anthony Fauci, and saved his most scathing comments for “dumb son of a b**ch” Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell., The Washington Post reported.
He saved much of his vitriol for Senator Mitch McConnell, the minority leader, calling him a “dumb son of a bitch” and a “stone cold loser,’’ according to the attendee. A “real leader,” he said, would never have accepted the results of that election…
He wasn’t done, Mike Pence was…
Former President Donald Trump will float the possibility of a different candidate running for the Republican Party’s 2024 presidential nomination during a Saturday night donor event, according to prepared remarks obtained by the Associated Press.
The message outlined in his prospective remarks for an invitation-only RNC gathering at Mar-a-Lago underscores the unity within the party, but the former president is “famously known to go off script,” the AP report noted.
"We are gathered tonight to talk about the future of the Republican Party — and what we must do to set our candidates on a course to victory." @AP obtains Donald Trump's prepared remarks he plans to give to GOP donors tonight in a closed-door speech. t.co/cP4uo17rnX
— The Associated Press (@AP) April 10, 2021
Former President Donald Trump vowed to help Republicans win seats in Congress in 2022 elections but lashed out at two top party figures, Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell and former Vice President Mike Pence, at a donor retreat on Saturday.
At a dinner at his Mar-a-Lago Club for Republican National Committee donors in Palm Beach, Florida, Trump made clear he is still irked at his inability to hang on to the White House despite losing the Nov. 3 election to Democrat Joe Biden, who is now president.
McConnell drew Trump’s ire in the aftermath of the election for stating the obvious — that Biden had won the presidency — and the two remain at odds. Parting from the prepared text of his speech, Trump called the senator a “son of a bitch,” an attendee told Reuters.