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Sunday, March 26, 2017

Delusional David Gergen: Trump’s First 100 Days ‘Worst We’ve Ever Seen’


By NewsBusters, March 24, 2017

David Gergen is clearly having trouble with reality. After the Republican ObamaCare repeal bill was pulled, the CNN analyst on Friday insisted that Donald Trump’s first 100 days are the “worst we’ve ever seen.” The worst? Worse than William Henry Harrison who died before his first 100 days were completed?

Worse than Lincoln having to deal with secession in his first 100 days and being assassinated in the second 100 days? Worse that John Kennedy with the Bay of Pigs debacle? Gergen began, “A lot of presidents had trouble in their first hundred days.” He sputtered, “When you add up the totality of it... I actually think this may be the worst hundred days we've ever seen in a president.”


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1 comment:

  1. The warped opinion of a libtard. PRESIDENT TRUMP... YOU ARE DOING A FANTASTIC JOB, despite the libtarded opposition at every turn. The true America is praying for you and ready to stand alongside you for the preservation of our nation. GODSPEED, Sir!

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