Donald Trump shut down Harry Reid with just six words

Harry Reid was one of the worst Senators in American history.

Reid helped bully through Barack Obama’s anti-American agenda and now he’s lobbing pot shots at Donald Trump.

That all ended when Trump shut down Reid with just six words.

Senator Harry Reid retired from Congress after 2016, ending his long but controversial career in politics.

But Harry Reid emerged from his retirement to attack Donald Trump.

In an interview with CNN, Reid whined that he could not think of anything Donald Trump did right as President and claimed he wished George W. Bush was President again.

Breitbart reports:

“Is there anything I think President Trump is doing right?” he said. “I just have trouble accepting him as a person, and so frankly I don’t see anything he’s doing right.”

Reid added that he wished “every day” for one of Trump’s predecessor, former President George W. Bush, who Reid during Bush’s tenure in the White House was very critical.

“In hindsight, I wish every day for a George W. Bush again,” Reid said. “I think he and I had our differences, but no one questioned his patriotism. Our battles were strictly political battles.”

“There’s no question in my mind that George Bush would be Babe Ruth in this league that he’s in with Donald Trump in the league,” he added. “Donald Trump wouldn’t make the team.”

Reid once called Bush a “loser” in a floor speech so no one really believes he has warm feelings toward the former President.

Donald Trump responded on social media to Reid’s smear.

Trump tweeted:

The lie Trump referenced was Reid in 2012 falsely claiming on the Senate floor that GOP Presidential nominee Mitt Romney didn’t pay taxes for ten years.

The media reported this lie as fact and it helped Obama win the election.

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