Governor of Virginia and 2020 presidential hopeful Terry McAuliffe issued a stark –and possibly illegal- warning to President Trump this week, vowing to assault the Commander-in-Chief if the two were to meet face to face.
The senior Democrat and longtime Clinton insider was speaking with MSNBC’s Chris Matthews when he threatened the President of the United States with physical violence; saying he would “deck” Trump if he “invaded” his space during a presidential debate.
“I know Hillary’s a friend of yours and she’s a strong person, but he did that thing of leaning over her, in that weird Godzilla way in a debate. What would you do in a debate with him if he tried that? What would you do?” asked Matthews.
“You would have to pick him up off the floor.”
“You would have to pick him up off the floor,” fired-back McAuliffe. “Listen, this guy got in my space, you want to get in my space, I’ve always said, Chris, you punch me, I’m going to punch you back twice as hard. And it wouldn’t be hard to do it. This guy thinks he can intimidate everybody. It’s disgraceful and embarrassing.”
“But if he ever came over and leaned on me and got in my space, that would be the last time Donald Trump ever did that, I promise you that,” he added.
Watch McAuliffe’s vicious comments above.
BRAZILE BACKLASH: DNC Boss REFUSES to Acknowledge Hillary 'Rigged' Election
Democratic National Committee chair Tom Perez continues to deflect questions over Hillary Clinton’s secret takeover of the DNC, repeatedly refusing to answer questions over whether the former Secretary of State stole the nomination from Senator Bernie Sanders.
Perez was speaking with Fox News this week when he was pressed over Donna Brazile’s recent allegations that the Hillary Campaign seized control of the Democratic Party nearly a year before securing the nomination.
“I’ve got to ask you about Donna Brazile, Tom. Obviously, she’s railing against the DNC in her new book. We’ve seen her all over the place revealing fresh divides within the party in the aftermath of the 2016 election,” said Fox’s Maria Bartiromo. “What is going on, Tom?”
“Donna’s a good friend and I think you need to ask her that question,” Perez said. “What I can tell you, Maria, is that I was out on the stump everywhere and there wasn’t one person who asked me about Donna Brazile and the past. They were asking me about their health care; they wanted to continue the process that Terry McAuliffe has made in Virginia. They wanted to make sure we had people uniting us and not dividing us.”
“Obviously there was a real division within the Party, Tom,” fired-back Bartiromo. “It was rigged, everybody was behind Hillary Clinton and not Bernie Sanders.”
Watch Tom Perez dodge the question above.
AMERICAN IDIOT: Green Day Singer SMEARS ‘Sick’ Trump, DEMANDS Impeachment
The lead singer of rock group Green Day viciously attacked President Trump on social media Tuesday, calling the Commander-in-Chief’s tough talk with North Korea “sick” and urging his followers to demand the President’s immediate impeachment.
The “American Idiot” singer Billie Joe Armstrong smeared the President on his official Instagram account just hours after Trump warned North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un that he too has a “nuclear button,” but unlike Kim’s his “button works.”
“This isn’t funny. This is our president acting like a madman drunk on power THREATENING to kill innocent starving people by way of nuclear war,” posted Armstrong. “The 25th amendment needs to be enforced. This man is sick and unfit for office. I don’t care if your liberal or conservative.. this has to stop . Please share #impeachtrump.”View this post on Instagram
This isn’t funny. This is our president acting like a madman drunk on power THREATENING to kill innocent starving people by way of nuclear war. The 25th amendment needs to be enforced. This man is sick and unfit for office. I don’t care if your liberal or conservative.. this has to stop . Please share #impeachtrump
Armstrong is no stranger to left-wing politics and liberal protests. The Green Day front man released “American Idiot” in 2004; an album largely seen as a widespread critique of former President George W. Bush and American culture.
The album went on to sell over 16 million copies worldwide, and was eventually transformed into a major Broadway musical.