Trump Rips George W Bush Over Video Calling

President Trump ripped into former president George W. Bush over a video Bush aired that called for putting aside partisan politics and come together to fight the outbreak. Trump was not pleased and reminded Bush all that he has suffered at the hands of the media and the Democrats who have no problem politicizing everything.

Trump Rips George W Bush Over Video Calling
Trump Rips George W Bush Over Video Calling
Trump tweeted out: “@PeteHegseth  “Oh by the way, I appreciate the message from former President Bush, but where was he during Impeachment calling for putting partisanship aside.” @foxandfriends He was nowhere to be found in speaking up against the greatest Hoax in American history!

From The Hill:

In a three-minute video shared on Twitter on Saturday, Bush urged Americans to remember “how small our differences are in the face of this shared threat.” “In the final analysis, we are not partisan combatants, we are human beings, equally vulnerable and equally wonderful in the sight of God,” Bush said.

“We rise or fall together, and we are determined to rise.” In an early-morning tweet on Sunday, Trump called out Bush for his failure to support him as he faced an impeachment trial earlier this year over his alleged dealings with Ukraine.

He cited apparent comments from Fox News anchor Pete Hegseth, who asked why Bush didn’t push for “putting partisanship aside” amid the trial. “He was nowhere to be found in speaking up against the greatest Hoax in American history,” Trump said.

The House impeached Trump last December for allegedly pressuring Ukraine to open an investigation into his Democratic political rivals. The president was acquitted by the Senate in February. While Bush never commented publicly on the allegations and the trial, he and other members of his family have voiced criticism of the president and his policies.

The former president released the new video as confirmed cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, continued to rise in parts of the U.S. The country has confirmed more than 1.1 million COVID-19 cases and about 244,000 deaths from it.


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