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Trump slams ‘total joke’ Koch brothers, the mega-donor-network

President Trump, left, blasted Charles Koch, right, and David Koch, as a “total joke” after the billionaire duo, North Dakota GOP Senate candidate Kevin Cramer is not planned.

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President Trump blasted the conservative mega-donor Koch brothers on Tuesday as a “total joke” and promised Fans that he would be “a puppet for nobody,” in the midst of rising tensions over trade and administration policies.

“The globalist Koch brothers, the circles become a total joke in the real Republican, are against Strong borders and powerful trade. I never wanted your support, because I need your money, or bad ideas. You love my tax & regulatory cuts, judicial picks & more” Trump tweeted.

The globalist Koch brothers, the circles become a total joke in the real Republican, are against Strong borders and powerful trade. I never wanted your support, because I need your money, or bad ideas. You love my tax & regulatory cuts, judicial picks & more. I’ve made…..

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 31, 2018

“I made you rich. Your network is severely overrated, I’ve beaten you at every corner. You want to protect your company outside of the United States is taxed, I’m for America First and the American worker — a puppet for no one. Two nice guys with bad ideas. Make America Great Again!”

….You are richer. Your network is severely overrated, I’ve beaten you at every corner. You want to be taxed for the protection of their businesses outside of the United States, I am for America First & the American Worker – a doll for no one. Two nice guys with bad ideas. Make America Great Again!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 31, 2018

The president’s tweets come after the advocacy network created by the billionaires Charles and David Koch announced that they would Cramer no support for Republican Senate candidate for North Dakota, Kevin. The Koch brothers have also not endorse Trump, the 2016 presidential elections.

A spokesman for the Koch network, responded to the President’s criticism later Monday morning.

“We support measures that help all people to improve their lives,” a spokesman for the Koch network, James Davis said in a statement to Fox News. “We look forward to working with everyone to do.”

The Washington Post reported that at a reception of the Koch network, over the weekend, the officials are a new concept —a distancing from the GOP and becoming less and less focused on party politics.

Charles Koch said he “regrets” the support for some Republican lawmakers in the last few years.

“We are strict to hold someone accountable when you say you go for the principles we profess, and then you won’t be,” Charles Koch said, according to the Washington Post. “Our organization looks forward to every support. We would like to support for more Democrats to these ideas and these issues.”

The Koch brothers have been very critical of the Republicans in the last few months, slammed the GOP for not doing enough to rein in government spending in the $1.3 trillion in spending approved invoice in March. You have, in particular, the White house criticized over Trump the “protectionist” trade policies, could trade trigger this fear of a recession in the United States, in addition to a looming international war.

Trump ‘s policy is not always in line with the Kochs’ political group Americans for prosperity. But the group says, to focus that it still plans, resources, and funds to support the Republican Senate candidate in Tennessee, Florida and Wisconsin.

According to Forbes, each Koch brother is worth about US $ 60 billion, while for the 8. richest person in the world.

Fox Business Network’s Blake Burman and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.

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