George W. Bush’s top crony just backstabbed Trump with four disgusting words

Former President George W. Bush has shown his true colors in the era of President Trump.

He has attacked Trump time and time again.

And now his top crony just back-stabbed Trump with four disgusting words.

The Presidency of Donald Trump has proven how much of a failure George W. Bush actually was in the White House.

While President Trump is standing up for America first, Bush put America last time and time again.

So it shouldn’t be shocking that Bush hasn’t had anything good to say about President Trump.

For most of Trump’s term, he hasn’t directly attacked Trump, and has instead sent coded attacks.

One of the most infamous was in 2017, when Bush said that “bigotry seems emboldened” in the Trump era, adding that “Our young people need positive role models. Bullying and prejudice in our public life sets a national tone, provides permission for cruelty and bigotry, and compromises the moral education of children.”

Bush also refused to campaign for President Trump’s re-election in what was perhaps the most important election in modern American history.

Now his top allies have come out with direct attacks on President Trump.

Karl Rove, who was one of Bush’s most important allies during his Presidency, serving as his Senior Advisor and Deputy Chief of Staff came out punching in an anti-Trump attack.

Rove responded to violence at the Capitol while appearing on Fox News, implying that Trump was to blame.

He was asked about Trump’s response, where he condemned the violence.

“Too little, too late,” Rove responded. “He said that he’d exhausted every appeal to overturn the election after weeks of pedaling a bunch of nonsense theories, including on Saturday, when he told the secretary of state of Georgia that 50,000 Georgians had shown up at the polls and been turned away because someone had already voted for them.”

Rove went on blaming Trump for violence, while claiming that the very real evidence of voter fraud is “unfounded,” finishing his point by saying, “This will be a stain on Donald Trump, despite all of the good things he may have done as president, this is going to be the stain that remains.”

Bush and his cronies like Rove have never had any real fight in them.

That’s why they were never able to achieve anything close to what Trump has done over the past four years to advance conservative policies.