Conservative Icon George Will Predicts The 'Pouting' End Of Donald Trump's Presidency
Donald Trump will end his presidency as he started it, predicted longtime conservative commentator George Will in his new column for the Washington Post.
And that's by whining.
Trump is "a practitioner of crybaby conservatism," Will noted in the comment posted on Wednesday.
"His presidency, which began with indulging in self-pity, is likely to end in shame if he sneaks away pouting, lagging clouds of accusations with no trace of John McCain's kindness on election night of 2008," he added.
Will later used the column to shout out the GOP, which he left in mid-2016 when Trump became its next presidential candidate.
The Republican Party had "eagerly given up its self-respect in the Trump era," complained Will, warning that "after hanging her car on a sinking ashes," "it was about to rendezvous with a sullen electorate brandishing a baton . "
A vocal opponent of Trump's White House, Will also suggested that Democratic nominee Joe Biden (whom he endorsed in July) "could be the first candidate in 32 years to get more than 400 votes".
Read the full column here.
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