Former spokesperson John Bonner (Ohio) Before the accusation President TrumpDonald Trump Yelp created tools to help support Asian companies Iran’s attack on espionage-related ships at sea Biden exceeded expectations for vaccines-more so far The deadly riot in the U.S. Capitol on January 6 claimed that he incited the masses to commit violence for “selfish”
“Whatever they end up doing or not doing will not be compared to one of the lowest points of American democracy we passed in January 2021.” BonaAn obscure Senate ruling by John Andrew Boehner could change the five ways that MSNBC hosts in Washington can change: Boehner’s hunt for the “crazy” Republican Party is too late.more Written in a new book published this month, with excerpts from the New York Times.
The former speaker also wrote that Trump “incited bloody riots only for selfish reasons, and has been selling nonsense since he lost a fair election last November. This is permanent.”
Bona said he felt “painful” about what he saw on the Capitol on January 6th, and that this incident “was supposed to be a call to awaken people to restore Republican sanity.”
The former speaker wrote that Trump’s refusal to accept the outcome of the 2020 presidential election “not only killed Republicans in the Senate, but also led to mob violence.”
“I admit that I am not prepared for the post-election situation. Trump refused to accept the results and incited the flames of collusion, and these flames of collusion became the democratic seat of the democratic country where we used to be chairman. Violence,” Bona wrote.
In a statement to The Times, Trump called Bunner a “RINO” (RINO)-“Republicans are only a nominal abbreviation”-and suggested that he was drunk while writing the book. When the audiobook that pleased him was released earlier this year, Boehner, a well-documented wine connoisseur, posted a photo of him drinking Merlot during the recording.
“Did he drink alcohol when he made this statement?” asked Trump, who was not drinking. “Just another RINO who couldn’t finish this job!”
Boehner defended former President Barack Obama in an article adapted from his book published on Friday in Politico Magazine, saying that he did not make enough efforts to reach a compromise with the Republican Party during his tenure. Party consensus.
“How do you find common ground with someone who thinks you are a secret Muslim traitor in Kenya?” the former speaker asked.
Bona also attacked the main members of the Tea Party. He referred to the main members of the Tea Party as “legislative terrorists” and Fox News to peddle his so-called false atrocities and incite political divisions on the right.
Speaking of the Republicans’ remarks on election security and congressional riots on January 6th and the ensuing, Bona said: “Some of them did not surprise me at least. The legislative terrorism I witnessed in front of the Speaker is now encouraged. Actual action. Terrorism.”