It’s an unspoken tradition for former presidents to stay quiet when their successor makes decisions on foreign policies. But in typical Trump fashion, he just broke this tradition. After his recent comments connecting the Russia/Ukraine crisis to the 2020 election being stolen from him many people on both sides of the aisle are thinking it’s time for him to hush up.

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  1. Quickz Member
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    Hmm. Let’s use a search engine – no Lexus/Nexus mind you – just a regular search engine. I’ll use DDG.

    Hey look! The Washington Times! “President George W. Bush stayed out of President Barack Obama’s business for the eight years Mr. Obama ruled the country. It took a little more than one week for Mr. Obama to criticize President Donald Trump.”

    Same for George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and George H. W. Bush.

    The idea that 45 “broke norms,” is disingenuous. You were there Byron, most all of us were there. We watched “the norms” be violated – not by 45, but by everyone else. Yes he responded in turn back then, and is continuing to do so now. Why would he not?

    Where is the civility? Many in the D.C. bubble wail. That civility died with the treatment of 45. To imply otherwise stretches one’s credibility.

    But hey! Keep up the podcast! Great work on almost everything – only blind spot continues to be Trump and the realigning GOP, and I’m sure the bubble makes that hard to see.

     

     

     

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