Apparently these are the “professional” politicians we elect to govern our country. Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid went on a child-like rant about Donald Trump and his presidential prospects on the Senate floor Thursday. Some of the remarks he hurled at Trump were “con artist,” “spoiled brat,” and “human leech.”
Reid echoes some of President Obama’s and Bill Clinton’s rhetoric from this past week while Hillary Clinton recovers from her episodic health mishap at the 9/11 memorial. Reid’s rant below:
“Trump is a human leech who will bleed the country and sit at his golf resort laughing at the money he has made, even though working people have been hurt and ruined. Trump doesn’t understand the middle class. How could he? How could he understand working people, because he’s only out for Donald Trump. He is a spoiled brat, raised in plenty, who inherited a fortune and used his money to make more money And he did a lot of it by swindling working men and women.”
Reid’s vicious whining then continues by claiming Trump is unqualified for any political office:
“We face this from Donald Trump, a candidate and notorious con artist. Donald Trump is only trying to help one person — Donald Trump. I don’t care if he wants to be president or city commissioner, Donald Trump is in it to benefit Donald Trump.”
Reid is serving out his final months in the Senate after deciding not to seek reelection in Nevada this year. So while his nonsensical rants will soon come to an end, you can watch Reid’s speech about Trump below:
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