Dictator Trump Rips “really-bad” U.S. Constitution, Suggests He’s Going to Fight the “archaic system”

Just when you didn’t think this guy could get any crazier…

President Trump sat down with Fox News recently for an interview. One of the topics covered was the United States Constitution. And during that conversation, Trump had some damning words about for the Constitution.

“It’s an archaic system,” Trump said. “You look at the rules of the Senate – even the rules of the House – but the rules of the Senate and some of the things you have to go through…it’s…it’s really a bad thing for the country, in my opinion.”

Yes, folks, our own President – elected by average-Joe Americans who constantly slammed President Obama because they believe Obama didn’t care one damn bit for our beloved Constitution – just admits that he doesn’t care at all about the Constitution, the separation of powers, and the very pillars of our nation that have made it the greatest nation in known history.

But he goes on, “They are archaic rules, and maybe at some point we’re going to have to take those rules on. Because for the good of the nation, things are going to have to be different. You can’t go through a process like this.”

OK – you might say, well the rules of the Senate aren’t contained in the Constitution, well, you’re right. BUT – the conversation was clearly about the Constitution, and when Trump slammed the “archaic system,” he was referring to BOTH the Constitution and the Senate rules.

Regardless, it sounds to me like the President is ready to begin dismantling our government to consolidate his power. Sorry, Trump, but we’re not up for a dictatorship…

Folks, please click share. Make sure EVERY Republican sees this. The future of our nation might very well depend on it…

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