Two former U.S. presidents are wagging their fingers at President Donald Trump this week and it’s causing a major controversy.
Both Bill Clinton and George W. Bush spoke at a public gathering this week and they were each asked a question about the most important qualities of a president. Even though neither Bush nor Clinton referred to Trump by name, it was obvious to everyone watching exactly what they meant.
See for yourself – read the quotes and then watch the video below:
- Former President George W. Bush said, “I think it starts with Bill Clinton being a person who refused to lord his victory over dad. He was humble in victory, which is very important in dealing with other people.”
- Former President Bill Clinton said, “Realize it’s about the people and not about you. … You want to be able to say people, people are better off when I quit.”
What do you think – do you agree with Bush and Clinton’s comments about “humility”? Or do you stand with President Donald Trump?
Think about it – Clinton and Bush seem to think they have some kind of moral superiority over Trump, but is that really true? Both Clinton and Bush suffered from awful approval ratings, scandals, international crises, and more. They are not exactly the kind of people we should be looking to for advice.
As Danny Gold over at Liberty Writers explained it, “I gonna be totally honest with you folks. I don’t think that there are many people left who would list the last few decades of American presidents as ‘positive’. You have some of the worst leaders in US history, Obama, Bush, and Clinton, who all put us in a world of sh*t (just look at North Korea).”
It is past time for Clinton and Bush – along with Obama, for that matter – to step aside and quick second-guessing Trump.
Like it or not, Trump is our president now and he deserves an opportunity to lead and govern our country, without having former presidents launching veiled attacks at him every week.