CNN’s Jacke Tapper rushed Sunday into the GOP for how they reacted to repeated efforts by President Donald Trump to undermine the government’s efforts to hold him responsible.
Trump and his supporters have been rioting in recent days against a number of his political opponents, with Tapper’s Union State. It said it ranged “from bizarre and false theories of conspiracy to spreading false pedophilia claims to even suggesting one of the TV flags committed assassinations.”
“What is unmoored with these smear campaigns,” Tapper said. “They ‘re angry, indecent and want to distract us from this devastating economic and health crisis.”
Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) was later interviewed by Tapper about Trump’s firing of Inspector General Steve Linick, the State Secretary Mike Pompeo, reportedly investigated. Reports said Pompeo said Linick would be fired to Trump.
Tapper found out that the ending of Linick follows Trump’s firing from his presidency, which had been troublesome for the President, of several generals of the inspector. He pointed out that inspector general ‘s purpose is’ to ensure that your administration operates effectively and corruptionfree. The chairman doesn’t want them.
“He gets away because all the earlier voices spoken in favor of general inspectors … were stupid, if not silenced,” Tapper said. He continued to lament the Republican Party’s support for Trump, but he praised Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) for denouncing Linick’s firing.