Trump Destroyed George W Bush: ‘He shouldn’t be lecturing anybody!’
President Donald Trump demolished failure George W. Bush after his 9/11 speech commemorating the 20th anniversary of the horrific terrorist attack that happened during Bush's presidency. Trump said Monday that Bush “shouldn’t be lecturing anybody!”
“So interesting to watch former President Bush, who is responsible for getting us into the quicksand of the Middle East (and then not winning!), as he lectures us that terrorists on the ’right’ are a bigger problem than those from foreign countries that hate America, and that are pouring into our Country right now,” Trump said in an emailed statement.
“If that is so, why was he willing to spend trillions of dollars and be responsible for the death of perhaps millions of people? He shouldn’t be lecturing us about anything. The World Trade Center came down during his watch. Bush led a failed and uninspiring presidency. He shouldn’t be lecturing anybody!,” he said.
“So interesting to watch former President Bush, who is responsible for getting us into the quicksand of the Middle East (and then not winning!), as he lectures us that terrorists on the 'right' are a bigger problem than those from foreign countries..."https://t.co/M4Hq51fXGM
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) September 14, 2021
in Shanksville, Pa on September 11th, Bush made a connection between the 9/11 terrorists and Trump supporters. It was just more of Bush Jr pandering to the left and campaigning for Democrats.
“We have seen growing evidence that the dangers to our country can come not only across borders but from violence that gathers within,” Bush said.
“There is little cultural overlap between violent extremists abroad and violent extremists at home. But in their disdain for pluralism, in their disregard for human life, in their determination to defile national symbols — they are children of the same foul spirit, and it is our continuing duty to confront them.”
Flight 93 was highjacked by al Qaeda terrorists. Thirty-three passengers and seven crew members were killed in the crash about 65 miles southeast of Pittsburgh after passengers attempted to take back control of the plan. Shortly after the plane crashed down in an open field in Shanksville, PA.