Joe Walsh laments past controversial statements in the rays of Trump: “He is a child”

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Former Illinois Congressman Joe Walsh announced on Sunday morning that he is running for President as a Republican, challenging President trump in the GOP primary race, while at the same time a blistering attack on the President, character and qualifications.

Walsh blasted the President for his social media habits, and General behavior.


“I am, because he is disabled; someone must intensify and it must be said, an alternative,” Walsh. “The country is sick, this guy’s tantrum — he’s a child.”

At the same time, Walsh recognized that he himself is guilty of the same behavior as the President, and even played a role in the division in Washington, led to Trump’s choice.

“I helped create the Trump,” the Tea y favorite, told ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos in an interview broadcast Sunday morning. “I feel responsible for.”

Walsh claimed that Trump was “tweet us in a recession”, and warned that “he’ll tweet us in the war.”

Stephanopoulos Walsh for the outlandish statements of his own, including the appointment of former President Barack Obama, a Muslim and a enemy called. Walsh said trump “has made me reflect on some of the things I said, I have in the past,” to acknowledge that, at times, he “went over the policy and idea,” and, ” said ugly things about President Obama, I am sorry.”

When asked if he really believes what he said about Obama, Walsh replied, “there is no God, and I apologized for it.”

In the same interview, however, Walsh, a series of personal attacks against the President, Trump made.

“He said crazy, he’s unpredictable, he’s cruel, he stirs up fanaticism,” Walsh. He threw the trump card, not caring about America, says: “the only thing that interests him, is the trump card.”

Walsh also cites trump card in the 2016 campaign promise for the construction of the wall along the southern border and Mexico pay, this is not happening.

“He is incompetent. He has no fucking idea what he’s doing,” Walsh said.

The Trump campaign had far notice less words in response to Walsh’s.

“Whatever,” campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh told ABC.


Walsh, who served a term in Congress, acknowledged that he has little chance of defeating the President in the primaries, but said he wants to promote a different direction for the Republican party. Earlier in August, Walsh was a New York Times op-ed published about the need for Trump to face a Central challenge. He said the positive response to the piece that inspired his decision to run.

The former Governor of Massachusetts Bill Weld has already announced that he is against Trump in the primaries.

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