Former Arizona Governor Jan Brewer equates the relentless attacks on Donald Trump in the election to being “waterboarded.”
Appearing Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union,” the Trump surrogate was responding to criticism from host Jake Tapper, who said that instead on focusing on a message that matters to voters, the Republican nominee engaged in “a 15-minute rant about grievances that a self-described billionaire has.”
“I’m, sorry people don’t feel bad for him,” Tapper insisted.
Trump said Saturday at a rally in Gettysburg, Pa., that he plans to sue the women who have come forward to accuse him of sexual misconduct after he was captured on video saying obscene things about women.
“He’s been waterboarded by these issues,” Brewer said in defense of the candidate. “It’s seems like it’s really been kind of somewhat of a put up oppression of Donald Trump from all of these people lining up. It’s just unbelievable.”
“Donald Trump is authentic and he tells it like it is,” she added. “And he went out and told the public what he’s going to deliver when he become president of the United States.”
Former Gov. and Trump supporter Jan Brewer on accusers: Trump has been “waterboarded by the issues” https://t.co/U922Sh1J7G
— State of the Union (@CNNSotu) October 23, 2016
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