Eric Bolling’s fed up with RINOs: ‘John Lindsey McCain Graham’ needs a swift kick in the …

It’s the Republicans — not the media or Democrats.

Fox News Host Eric Bolling scorched President Donald Trump’s harshest critics — especially those on the Republican side of the aisle.

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Although Trump’s been in the White House less than two months, “he’s getting pushback on every policy initiate he proposes,” he said on “Cashin’ In” Saturday.

“They fight him, they make ridiculous demands, they put up political roadblocks,” Bolling continued, adding that “I’m talking about the establishment Republicans,” not the Democrats or the press.

He said that the bellyaching started long before Trump’s inauguration, when “the never-trumpets old-school Republicans tried to de-rail the Trump Train for a year.” But they never stopped.

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He blamed the rollout of the lackluster “Obamacare 2.0” bill on House Speaker Paul Ryan, stating that the Wisconsin Republican’s bill “will be worse for the American middle class than keeping Obamacare.”

The bill was also blasted by former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, who referred to it as “RINO-care”

Bolling wondered if the bill’s true purpose was to sink Trump’s 2020 re-election bid.

He advised Trump to “get a bill that the [congressional] conservative Freedom caucus can get behind. After all, that’s what you all Republicans ran on for the last six years.”

Then he turned to Congress’s upper chamber — specifically two GOP senators from Arizona and South Carolina, referring to them as “John Lindsey McCain Graham.”

“Who are these two has-been senators to demand the president do anything for them?” he asked.

He advised them to “get on board [the Trump Train] or get out of the way.”

“The Trump Train is an express to prosperity, no stops in RINO-Land planned,” Bolling concluded.

The Fox News host got plenty of support on social media.

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Bolling is the host of “Cashin’ In.” which airs every Saturday at 11:30 a.m. Eastern on the Fox News Channel.

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