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Is Trump aware of what he is saying? Many people may not like Bush, but to call him the worst president we have ever had is just ignorance.TRUMP: Look, everything in Washington has been a lie: weapons of
mass destruction -- that was a total lie. It was a way of attacking
Iraq, which he thought was going to be easy and it turned out to be the
exact opposite of easy. He reads 60 books a year, he reads a book a
week -- that's -- do you think that's -- do you think the president
reads a book a week? I don't think so. He doesn't watch television.
Now, one thing I know is that, when I'm on television, I watch, or I
try. Because you do -- your own ego says, you know, Let's watch, let's
see, whether it's good or bad, you want to watch, right? He doesn't
watch television. So he's on television, being interviewed by you or
somebody else, he doesn't watch. Does anybody really believe that?
Now they're doing this whole scandal with the U.S. attorneys. Now
they're finding e-mails, and it's proven to be a lie. Everything's a
lie. It's all a big lie.
What about James Buchanan? He sat idly by while the South prepared to wage civil war.
What about Warren Harding? He made a mockery of the office, with his poker parties with friends, his scandals, his entire presidency.
If these names were presented to The Donald, would he even know who they were?
I don't think the Donald, a crappy businessman, is qualified to criticize the most demanding political position in the country, possibly the world. And on what basis? That he doesn't read books like he says? That he doesn't watch every appearance on TV like the narcissitic egotist that Trump is?