While being interviewed by former Fox News host turned CRTV host Eric Bolling this Friday, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway inadvertently let the whole world know how she really feels about so-called “conservative” commentator Bill Kristol.
The conversation started simple enough, with Bolling letting Conway know that Kristol may run for president in 2020 against his veritable arch-nemesis, President Donald Trump. But it’s how Conway replied to this statement that really stood out.
“Of this country?” she asked in disbelief, without missing a single beat.
“Of this country,” Bolling replied, while chuckling.
The guy supports illegal immigration, hates Trump’s “America First” approach toward foreign affairs and loathes the “lazy,” “spoiled” and “decadent” white Americans who comprise the majority of the country’s population.
“Well, its’ a free country. I guess if you’re 35 and meet the other criterion, then you can. I will tell you that everybody thinks it’s so easy to do that — that they can somehow catch lightning in a bottle the way Donald Trump did,” Conway said Friday.
“You would have to have this relationship with the people, and a message that resonates with them. One of lower taxes, which he has delivered on. Fewer regulations, he has delivered. Trying to bring peace and prosperity around the globe, whether it’s denuclearizing the Korean peninsula, whether it’s going after Assad not once but twice when he gasses his own people, which also should have sent a message to Putin in Russia.”
Kristol has voiced staunch opposition to almost every action Trump has taken as president and likewise blasted Republicans who have chosen to work with the president, accusing them of “rationalizing” his presidency, whatever that means.
Honest Q for conservatives who aren’t just working with or around Trump, but rationalizing him: In your heart, don’t you know you’re wrong?
— Bill Kristol (@BillKristol) February 19, 2017
Kristol even seemed to oppose the historic tax reform bill the president signed in late 2017.
“Isn’t there something creepy about corporations giving cash bonuses to employees explicitly because of the passage of certain legislation or because of specific regulatory actions?” he tweeted, responding to news that corporations were upping wages and handing out bonuses in response to the tax cuts.
“Doesn’t it have something of a Road to Corporatist Serfdom feel to it?” he added, managing to turn an otherwise pleasant development into something negative.
It’s as if Kristol’s whole existence is centered on negativity. Just like liberal Democrats, the commentator remains perpetually stuck complaining about Trump.
Newsflash to Kristol: The American people don’t care much for negativity. They enjoy positivity. They enjoy winning even more.
Does Kristol actually intend to run, though? When questioned by The Daily Caller, he admitted he currently has “no plans to run” but also said, “I’m randomly in Boston today and happen to have had lunch with someone who does a lot of work in New Hampshire … As he’d say, ‘Ya nevah know.'”
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