Bre Payton: Trump Isn’t GOP’s Problem, Weak, Lying Republicans Are

‘To say that Donald Trump is the reason why the Republican Party is in trouble is just completely false’

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PAYTON: "So I mean, to say that, you know, Ed Gillespie was this Trump kind of guy, he tried to adopt Trumpian rhetoric towards the end there, but he’s really a swamp monster in sheep’s clothing. And to say that Donald Trump is the reason why the Republican Party is in trouble is just completely false. I mean, the reason why the Republican Party is in trouble and Republican senators are dropping out and retiring like flies is because the Republican Party can’t get anything done. I mean, this is a party in power. They failed to pass the comprehensive health care reform plan and just yesterday they said that they were going to slow down lowering the corporate tax rate and slow down that timeline. I mean, they have both houses. They have a majority in both houses and they have a Republican president, and they’re just completely unable to deliver on any of their promises, and they’re revealing themselves to be evil liars."

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