Today, Saturday, US President Donald Trump attacked a prominent member of Congress who had warned days earlier that his handling of the Coronavirus pandemic and authoritarian leaders could cause
The American president attacked Donald Trump Today, Saturday, a prominent member of Congress had warned days before that his handling of the Corona virus pandemic and authoritarian leaders could cause a “bloodbath for the Republicans in the Senate” in the November 3 elections.
“US Senator Ben Sass is the least influential of the 53 Republican members in the Senate,” Trump said in a tweet, adding: “He is a burden on the Republican Party and an embarrassment to the great state of Nebraska and is otherwise just a wonderful man.”
Sass criticized Trump during a meeting with voters in the state on Wednesday, questioning whether the president would ultimately lead the country to the left.
According to a transcript of what was mentioned during the virtual meeting, Sass said: “Trump is wooing autocrats … and flirting with white fanatics … his style as a leader in dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic was not reasonable, responsible, or correct.”
He added that Trump refused to take a crisis Corona Virus Seriously over a period of several months, treating it as a media issue that will take its time and end rather than being a public health challenge for several years.
Sass has repeatedly criticized Trump, and said before the 2016 election that he would not support him, yet he had voted in line with Trump’s positions in Congress nearly 87 percent of the time, as of September 24, according to an ABC News website. ).