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Bushie-turned-MSNBC host hopes for recession to take down Trump

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American Mirror
June 29, 2018

Trump haters are apparently okay with inflicting economic pain on average Americans as a way to get the president out of office.

Nicolle Wallace, a former George W. Bush communications director turned MSNBC host, was downright giddy at the prospect of Trump losing re-election due to a recession.

“If a recession hits…” panelist Jon Meacham said.

“You think that’s where the bottom falls out (for Trump)?” Wallace interjected.

“I think so,” he responded.

“Um,” Wallace said, flashing a smile, “Okay, good,” cackling.

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The media elites joined in laughing at the prospect of inflicting pain on average Americans to satisfy their political objectives.

“You spoke to my better angels!” she added.

Earlier this month, limousine liberal Bill Maher also said he hopes for a recession so President Trump will lose re-election in 2020.

“Can I ask about the economy because this economy is going pretty well,” Maher said.

“It is going well, for now,” Shermichael Singleton interjected.

“I feel like the bottom has to fall out at some point, and by the way, I’m hoping for it,” Maher said.

“Because I think one way you get rid of Trump is a crashing economy, so please,” the atheist continued, clapping his hands together, “bring on the recession. Sorry if that hurts people,” as the audience applauded.

“It’s either root for a recession or losing your democracy,” Maher said.

This article was posted: Friday, June 29, 2018 at 7:29 am





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