Donald Trump Cluelessly Tweets That Mitch McConnell Might Be the Next Speaker Of The House


This is why Republicans shouldn’t be in government.

Never ending GOP Presidential hopeful Donald Trump tweeted today that Senator Mitch McConnell might be the next Speaker.

Needless to say, the Speaker is a job in the House of Representatives and Mitch McConnell is in the Senate, where he is Minority Leader and is hoping to become Majority Leader like Harry Reid (D-NV) is currently. Apparently Donald Trump doesn’t know the difference between the chambers.

The Donald tweeted this in response to Alison Lundergan Grimes pointing out that if Mitch McConnell were on The Apprentice, he’d be fired for failing to show up for work:

Grimes linked to her new ad today, in which she takes the Republican Senator to task for failing to show up for important votes, including mark up votes, because he was too busy going on TV or hanging with lobbyists like a real man of the people.

Meanwhile, this is even more embarrassing for McConnell because Trump was on Fox bragging about how much Mitch McConnell wants his endorsement.

“Trump said that McConnell will be visiting New York on Monday seeking support from ‘The Donald’,” Politico wrote. “Trump cited his ‘very unblemished’ record and said his robocalls are ‘listened to more than anybody else’s robo’ as reasons that senators and other Republican candidates reach out to him.”

Is it possible to have fallen lower than to be hoping for Donald Trump to hop aboard? Donald Trump, never ending pretend GOP presidential hopeful, who doesn’t even know that the Speaker is in the HOUSE.

Team Mitch has not yet responded for comment, per Politico. They might be running a rather fail-tastic campaign, but they aren’t stupid.

To the Donald’s attempted point, however, we must ask — why didn’t Mitch McConnell do something about the jobs situation when he was Majority Leader in the past? The never ending dangling carrot is getting stale after 30 years. Yes, McConnell will bring money to Kentucky – money for special interests. Decent paying jobs? Not so much.

19 Replies to “Donald Trump Cluelessly Tweets That Mitch McConnell Might Be the Next Speaker Of The House”

  1. I’m pretty sure Donald Trump is senile and nobody around him has the guts to send him to see a doctor. It’s the only explanation for the nonsense and stupidity that he spews on a daily basis.

  2. The “Donald” continues to embarrass himself and all of his adoring “fans” read “yes men/women”. He lost my respect with his Birther stance. His phony run for the Presidency and his failing Trump casinos in New Jersey.

  3. Now now. Donnie has been busy shutting down the rest of his casinos. I ask you, who lets a casino go bankrupt? And not one, but many? This guy is about as good a businessman as McConnell is a Senator.

    Yes, Donnie, Mitchie is a Senator. He can’t BE Speaker. Are you getting government lessons from Sarah again?

  4. I believe you endorsed Romney in 2012 and look where that got you. Then lets go back 6 years and look at who he endorsed 2008. Suprise, suprise. He endorsed McCain and Sister Sarah.

    Prognosticate away, Donnie. You’ve endorsed two losers so far. wouldn’t want to interrupt your string of losers. All the better for ALG.

  5. Free Clue for Village Idiot Donald Trump:

    The Speaker is the leader of the House.
    Mitch McConnell is a member of the Senate.

    Of Course, Mitch could run for the House AFTER He looses his Senate seat in November.

    That was what you meant to say, Right?

  6. Trump is a product of an entitlement mentality who thinks wealth excuses everything, even very serious mistakes like the one he made in this tweet.. He can’t be wrong, he has a TV show and millions in the bank! I find it strange and troubling that millions of Americans equate knowledge with money, but they do. In the 2012 presidential race, millions of GOPTPers thought that Romney’s money and “business experience” would automatically make him a successful POTUS in spite of the fact that the research shows that presidents with business experience are, for the most part, failures at being POTUS.

  7. I have a suggestion for trump. stop tweeting and focus on your bankruptcy in atlantic city. apparently you don’t know basic government and you don’t know how to run an honest business.

  8. The guy is NOT a ‘never ending GOP Presidential hopeful’; not even a ‘sometimes Presidential hopeful; not even a ‘once serious Presidential hopeful’. He is a TV personality; period. He doesn’t care about looking foolish, he only cares about publicity for his TV show. Why do you feel obligated to give him free publicity.

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