You’d think he was already an elected politician somewhere in Washington, DC! Trump received so much of the attention at the State of the Union last night it seemed like he was already the GOP nominee.
The political establishment that the billionaire outsider’s army so despises united in a rare moment of bipartisan unity on Tuesday night — against him.
President Barack Obama turned his valedictory State of the Union address into a repudiation of the partisanship, intolerance, and alienating rhetoric for which he believes that the GOP front-runner stands.
Then, Nikki Haley, the Indian-American governor of South Carolina who pulled down the Confederate flag last year, used the Republican Party’s televised rebuttal to urge Americans to defy the “angriest voices” tearing at her party during a fractious 2016 primary.
“Some people think that you have to be the loudest voice in the room to make a difference,” Haley said. “That’s just not true.”
Oh, gee. The voices of Obama and Nikki Haley lining up against Trump. Could there be a better made-to-order bunch of establishment tools? Rather than knock him down, this will only help to continue building Trump up. Every single time the powers that be begin to attack him, it shows which side of the battle Trump is on. Here’s a hint, it’s not the side of Washington, DC. It’s the side of we the people.