Donald Trump announces he’s done with the GOP in this shocking interview

Former President Trump’s thrown Washington, D.C. into chaos. All it took was three words.

As Donald Trump just announced he’s done with the GOP in this shocking interview.

Anyone on the conservative end of the political spectrum in America is absolutely familiar and fed up with the utter incompetency of the Republican Party leadership to get its act together and do anything to defend conservative values in our Washington, D.C. Capitol.

Even when Republicans gain significant power in Washington, D.C., it seems as though little is done. Whereas the Left almost always abuses every little ounce of power they get to make sure their radical agendas are shoved down the throats of Americans everywhere.

Between January 2017 and January 2019, the White House, the House of Representatives, the U.S. Senate, and a majority of state governorships and state legislatures were all controlled by the Republican Party. There were some states that made significant legislative progress by passing pro-life laws, pro-Constitutional Carry laws, and more.

On the national scene, however, little was accomplished. Some modest tax cuts are all you can really chalk up as a major legislative success during that time period on the national scene.

In fact, more often than not, Republicans in Congress are quick to sell out their own voting base just so they can play ball with the other bureaucrats and Swamp Creatures so they don’t look like divisive roadblocks to supposed “progress.” Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell knows exactly what we’re talking about.

There was hope that the new House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) would perform much better than Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and actually get to work on the major ticket items that conservatives want their Republican elected officials to get done. Unfortunately, it hasn’t been so rosy.

Conservatives have been critical of spending billions more in taxpayer dollars on a Ukraine proxy war against Russia. But GOP House Speaker Mike Johnson just signed off on yet another foreign aid bill that will cost the American taxpayers $95 billion. That’s $95 billion in future taxes to be sure, because it’s money the United States does not remotely have.

He’s faced a ton of heat for this, and rightfully so in the eyes of millions of Republican voters. However, some members of Congress are saying that he should be removed as House Speaker just as his predecessor Kevin McCarthy.

Donald Trump isn’t having any of that. He’s done with the constant bickering within the GOP, and he recently made that clear in an interesting radio interview this week.

Speaking with a radio host, John Fredericks, earlier this week, Donald Trump said that he believes Mike Johnson is “trying” his best and that he’s only “one person” who can only do but so much.

“Well, look, we have a majority of one, OK?” Trump said on the radio show with John Fredericks.

“It’s not like he can go and do whatever he wants to do. I think he’s a very good person. You know, he stood very strongly with me on NATO when I said NATO has to pay up. It’s a tough situation when you have. I think he’s a very good man. I think he’s trying very hard. And again, we’ve got to have a big election,” he added.

Ultimately, Donald Trump believes that Mike Johnson isn’t nearly as bad as some of his critics make him out to be. He noted that there’s a big difference between the likes of RINOs like Mitt Romney and House Speaker Mike Johnson.

“We have to elect some good senators. Get rid of some of the ones we have now, like Romney and others. And we have to have a big day, and we have to win the presidency,” Donald Trump added.

There are some seriously reputable congressmen and women who are calling for Mike Johnson to be given the boot. House Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) has voiced support for voting to vacate House Speaker Mike Johnson on the grounds that he is just as incompetent as Kevin McCarthy was. He said on X (formerly Twitter) that Mike Johnson has totally surrendered to the political class and establishment.

Thomas Massie has one of the most logically consistent voting records of anyone in Congress over the past decade.

Others are more skeptical, like Rep. Bob Good (R-VA). Mr. Good says that it’s just not “the time to do that” right now. Maybe he’s right, but maybe he’s wrong.

Either way, the clown show of the Republican Party has to be cleaned up. If that’s what Thomas Massie is getting at, then by all means. It may have to get worse before it gets better, as the saying goes.

However, Donald Trump is clearly sick of the games of the Republican Party and just wants to win, and decisively. He’s done and fed up with the GOP, like many conservatives are.

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

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