Maher worried about a “permanent Republican majority” (video)


HBO’s Real Time host Bill Maher is no stranger to controversy, merrily making rude remarks about President Trump and easily getting away with racist statements that would’ve sidelined most white males.

On Friday the salty host expressed concern about a permanent Republican majority, saying that he’s very worried about the possibility that “Donald Trump is actually not losing.”

Maher noted that while his associates and friends think the President of the United States is “a clown” and “a loser,” he knows Trump is not just lazing his days away.  Trump is already holding 2020 reelection fundraisers; he has the Republican state legislatures behind him; and he may end up nominating at least two Supreme Court Justices.

Maher also notes that FOX News, Breitbart, and conservative websites are behind Trump.  “So, I’m worried about a permanent Republican majority. That’s what I’m worried about for the future,” Maher said.

ABC’s Dan Abrams answers, “When you say permanent Republican majority, I think about the fact that in terms of the popular vote, Hillary Clinton got more votes than Donald Trump in this election.”

“And lost,” Maher reminds Abrams.

“Yeah, but still,” Abrams insists.”That was sort of a unique situation based on three states.”

“Unique? It’s happened twice in 16 years,” Maher replies, telling his viewers that Democrats are complacent, believing that the Russia story or Bob Mueller are going to “save them.”

You can watch the exchange below, along with Mahers’ interview with Ice Cube, who gives Maher a “pass” after the host made those extremely racist remarks.

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