Sununu Ditches Trump: GOP Gov’s Shocking 180 on Ex-Pres

In a shocking turn of events, Republican New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu has decided to distance himself from former President Donald Trump’s potential third presidential run. This is quite the departure from Sununu’s previous pro-Trump stance, where he referred to himself as a “Trump guy through and through.” Talk about a change of heart!

Sununu didn’t hold back when airing his grievances about Trump’s supposed decline. In an interview with ABC News’ “This Week,” Sununu expressed disappointment in what he perceives as Trump’s lackluster performance. He criticized Trump for lacking energy, comparing his speeches to long-winded soap operas that bore audiences to tears. Ouch, burn! It seems like Sununu wants a president who can deliver a snappy punch instead of a never-ending drama series.

But wait, Sununu wasn’t the only Republican governor throwing punches at Trump. Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie joined the party by lashing out at Trump’s handling of classified documents. Christie slammed Trump’s defense of declassifying anything he pleased, pointing out that being president doesn’t give one unlimited power. Touché, Christie, touché.

Despite these attacks, it seems like Trump remains unfazed in his pursuit of the Republican Party’s presidential nomination. A recent poll conducted by the New York Times and Siena College showed Trump with a whopping 54% support among likely primary voters. That’s a comfortable lead of 37 points ahead of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. Looks like Trump’s fan base is as strong as ever!

Now, isn’t it amusing how quickly politicians can change their tune? One minute, they’re singing Trump’s praises, and the next, they’re criticizing his energy levels and document handling skills. It’s like watching a reality TV show, where alliances shift and opinions flip on a dime. Regardless of his critics, Trump continues to dominate the Republican primary race, showing that his appeal remains steadfast among conservative voters.

So, what can we take away from all of this? Politics is a fickle game, and politicians can’t resist jumping on the Trump bandwagon when it suits them, only to hop off when they see an opportunity for their own gain. It’s a spectacle that keeps us entertained, but it also highlights the hypocrisy and opportunism that permeates our political system. Love him or hate him, Trump’s influence is undeniable, and it’s clear that the Republican Party remains under his spell.

Written by Staff Reports

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