Former Republican Just Said WHAT About Trump?
Here’s what he said.
According to CNS News, U.S. Special Envoy for Northern Ireland Mick Mulvaney, who once served as President Donald Trump’s chief of staff stated that his legacy was ruined because of the recent riot on the capitol.
“I think the legacy of the president was ruined yesterday. Instead of looking back now at all the things that he achieved. You mentioned in his tweet, the greatest first term in presidential history. Certainly, he had an argument for a bunch of successes in those first four years. I’ve mentioned the lower unemployment rates with all of the minority groups,” Mulvaney told CNBC.
“We talked about the taxes. We talked about economic growth, talk about the lack of overseas wars. Those are tremendous successes. All of that is gone. All of that is gone. The legacy of Donald Trump is now what happened yesterday at 1 o’clock in the afternoon, and that’s a real shame,” the former chief of staff said.
“By the way, and that’s where I really think it hurts us, who worked so hard to help make it happen, the folks who spent time away from our families, put our careers on the line to go work for Donald Trump, and we did have those successes to look back at, but now it will always be, ‘oh yeah, you worked for the guy who tried to overtake the government.’ That legacy is gone as of yesterday, and that’s extraordinarily disappointing to those of us who worked for him,” he said. You can read the full article here.