After Mitt Romney chose to pen an absurd op-ed bashing President Trump for the typical nonsense many in the media and the far-left have attacked the President with for years now, Trump responded in force, ridiculing the perennial loser.
“I will say this: If he fought really hard against President Obama like he does against me, he would’ve won the election,” The President said in a direct shot at Romney’s failed 2012 challenge to Obama.
The President went on to say that he was surprised by the timing of Romney’s attacks, but knew all along this is the route Romney would take once a member of the Senate, despite the fact that the President endorsed Romney’s 2018 campaign.
“I was expecting something, but I’m surprised he did it this quickly,” Trump said.
“I wish Mitt could be more of a team player,” Trump continued. “I endorsed him and he thanked me profusely.”
One of Romney’s primary issues with President Trump, as outlined by his op-ed, was the fact that Trump is not popular in Europe, a rather strange criticism for an American “public servant” to make of an AMERICAN President.
“I shouldn’t be popular in Europe,” Trump remarked. “If I were popular in Europe I wouldn’t be doing my job.”
And once again, Trump couldn’t be more right. On all counts.