Stuart Varney Blasts GOP Rep Waltz Over Supporting Trump: ‘He Nonetheless Says He Gained!’

On Fox Enterprise’s Varney & Co. this morning, the Trump-supporting enterprise host cornered Rep. Michael Waltz (R-FL), asking if he would nonetheless comply with Trump in 2024 after the seditious actions of Wednesday.

Waltz described the state of affairs within the Capitol Constructing as one thing from Iraq or Afghanistan.

Stuart Varney then requested the million-dollar query.

Do you now help President Trump leaving the Republican Occasion and operating in 2024? Do you help him?

A handful of presidential aides and members of the administration resigned yesterday, and Congressman and Senators alike are calling for Trump’s elimination from workplace.

Rep. Waltz refused at first to reply and mentioned he solely needed to see Trump give attention to the nice issues he is performed. The Florida Republican (yeah) then learn off the Kellyanne Conway-approved checklist of what they contemplate “his accomplishments in workplace.”

Varney then outlined the numerous examples of Republicans (as an example, Lindsey Graham) distancing themselves from Trump after the MAGA sedition riots.

Can he actually recover from what occurred yesterday and the half Trump performed in it?

Waltz then lied, saying Trump denounced the violence on the Capitol Constructing. Trump has all the time objected to protests from Black Lives Issues and different teams Trump perceives to be in opposition to him, however in fact he refuses to do this with MAGA protestors who interact in precise seditious violence. Moreover, Trump continues to be claiming the election was stolen from him and has not denounced the violence in any respect, since he impressed it.

The FOXBusiness host minimize off Waltz and exclaimed, “However Congressman! He nonetheless says he gained! He’s nonetheless saying he gained! ‘Peaceable transition of energy, January 20,’ bought it, however he nonetheless says he gained!”

Whenever you’ve misplaced Stuart Varney, Donald…

Hope these tax cuts had been price it, Stuart.

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