Virgina Governor Terry McAuliffe had some pretty harsh words for President Trump on Tuesday, saying essentially that Trump has “abdicated” his duties as President of the United States.
“Donald Trump has abdicated his responsibility as president,” McAuliffe said. “He is now hurting Americans. And he is going to pay the price, politically.”
He went on:
“I find it morally repugnant what the president of the United States said today,” Mcauliffe said. “That potentially 30 million Americans could lose their health insurance, and he’s like a little spoiled kid who picks up his marbles and walks away.”
“Where is the leadership?” McAuliffe asked. “We have a void of leadership today, he ought to stand up, he ought to be a statesman. He ought to pull together. This is how negotiations are done.”
“Back when you worked for Tip O’Neil and worked with Bob Michael, Ronald Reagan, Danny Rostenkowski working with George Bush. Parties came together for the good of the country.”
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