Trump Says Carter, Bush And Obama Are All The Worst President In History

For those of you still thinking that Donald Trump is a serious candidate, here’s Trump on Sean Hannity’s show last night saying Jimmy Carter and Barack Obama were the worst Presidents in history.

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Now here’s Trump calling former President George W. Bush “evil” and “maybe the worst President in history” while praising Obama:

“McCain, really, that was almost an impossible situation,” said Trump. Bush has been so bad, maybe the worst president in the history of this country. He has been so incompetent, so bad, so evil that I don’t think any Republican could have won.”

During an exclusive interview with NY1 in his Midtown office on Fifth Avenue, Trump slammed President George Bush’s foreign policies.
“You know, you can be enemies with people, whether it’s Iran, Iraq, or anyplace else and you can still have dialogue. These people wouldn’t even talk with him. It’s terrible,” said Trump.

While he had harsh words for the outgoing president, he had a much different opinion of President-elect Barack Obama.

“I think he has a chance to go down as a great president. Now, if he’s not a great president, this country is in serious trouble,” said Trump.

By the way, don’t forget that Trump has a long history of being, well, a liberal. He’s pro-choice. He’s been for tax hikes. He’s supported Obamacare, and said we need a single-payer health care system.

Far from being a serious candidate, Trump is exactly what he’s always been. A loud mouth with a huge ego. A reality TV star willing to say whatever will get cameras and microphones pointed in his direction.

Rob Port is the editor of SayAnythingBlog.com. In 2011 he was a finalist for the Watch Dog of the Year from the Sam Adams Alliance and winner of the Americans For Prosperity Award for Online Excellence. In 2013 the Washington Post named SAB one of the nation's top state-based political blogs, and named Rob one of the state's best political reporters. He writes a weekly column for several North Dakota newspapers, and also serves as a policy fellow for the North Dakota Policy Council.

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  • ND Conservative

    Donald Trump in my opinion can only be summerized as a person who is morally reprehensible and ethically bankrupt. How in the world could he even be considered a serious candidate for any public office let alone the office of President of the United States – the citizens deserve much better than this clown.
    Trump is being given far too much publicity and far too much credit as well.
    The GOP needs a conservative who has values that we can trust and rely on, and I believe that person is non other then Tim Pawlenty.

    • Mac Adams

      Please – stop commenting – you have no idea of what your are talking about – would you not rather have a person in office that knows about bottom lines, and knows that you cannot just keep printing money to make the pain go away – get therapy soon.

  • Bat One

    Nancy Pelosi has a better chance of winning the Democrat nomination in 2012 than Trump has winning the GOP nod.

  • robert108

    Cherry-picking in the style of the drama queen. Good of you to come out of the liberal closet, port.
    Are you upset that Trump is exposing obama as a con man? Trump is countering your divisive rhetoric and going for the win, unlike you.

    • Dakotacyr

      And you will whore yourself out to anyone even Trump.

      • robert108

        Still flailing around with lying smear and namecalling, I see. Got any facts?
        You, however, are a well-known obama whore, now that you mention it.

        • Dakotacyr

          Sure, the fact is you’ve been asked numerous time if you support Trump. You have refused to give a straight answer, you want Trump to do your dirty work though, so yeah, I call that whoring on the political level. On the personal level I think we’ve established what you are.

          • robert108

            In your teenage mind, you believe I have any obligation to you but to tell my truth, but you are dead wrong. I want Trump to expose con man obama, and he’s doing it.
            You know nothing, as you have no ability to reason, only inarticulate hate for those who disagree with your commie ideology. Con man obama plays politics with our lives, and now he’s getting exposed by someone who uses the same tactics. This is justice. Of course, you wouldn’t know anything about that.

    • borborygmi

      Trump is in real trouble Beck isn’t even sure. I guess it takes a clown to know a clown.

      • robert108

        How do you invent that he is “in trouble”? What assumption are you making? In fact, con man obama is in real trouble because Trump is asking the questions about his past that have been covered up until now.

  • http://realitybasedbob.sayanythingblog.com/ realitybasedbob

    “Trump is exactly what he’s always been. A loud mouth with a huge ego. A reality TV star willing to say whatever will get cameras and microphones pointed in his direction.”

    In other words: a perfect gop candidate.
    The early poll numbers don’t lie.

    Oh gop, what has become of thee?

    • robert108

      We’re taking out your con man President, for the good of America.

    • http://www.bikebubba.blogspot.com bike bubba

      The poll numbers are depressing, but my thought when reading “loud mouth with huge ego” and the lack of experience is “Obama II.”

    • robert108

      We’re finally holding your commie feet to the fire, and it’s going to get a lot hotter for you unAmerican trash.

  • Guest

    Keep advertising for him you stupid c#nt.

  • DopeyDem

    So when BHO shows his birth certificate, Trump can show us his real hair.
    Trump / Paris Hilton 2012.

    • borborygmi

      HIs hair isn’t real?

  • mikemc1970

    Trump running could have an upside for the Republicans. He garners so much attention from the press he could actually be a shield against the unrestrained MSM hate speech that bombards most GOP front runners. But if he then runs as an independent, instead of putting his weight behind the candidate that does get the nod, that could be bad for the Republicans.

  • Jamermorrow

    If Trump get the Republican nomination I may vote for Obama.

    • http://realitybasedbob.sayanythingblog.com/ realitybasedbob

      What does it tell you about your fellow travelers that Trump is first or tied for first in many of the (very) early polls?

      • robert108

        It tells me he’s hitting con man obama hard, and that the American people are receptive to that.

    • robert108

      Big mistake to vote for a commie…again. Hasn’t he done enough damage? Imagine him without the restraint of being re-elected.

  • http://www.curtainbasics.com/ Curtain Styles

    Trump may not be the best choice – but he is the shiniest penny in the bunch right now…and I also used to think that Carter was the worst president until now… sorry Jimmy….

  • I H8 GOPers

    OMG! Please please please let it come down to Palin vs Trump.The “debates” and the mud slinging would be HISTORIC!!!!

    • http://realitybasedbob.sayanythingblog.com/ realitybasedbob

      MMMMM sweet sweet TEEVEE viewing.
      Palin v. gop world.

      O all mighty Lord of all gop, please hear my prayer and let this come to pass, amen.

  • JustRuss

    To be fair here, Bush’s second term was bloody awful! He repeatedly moved to the left and disappointed me. If you look at GW as a Liberal Republican then it makes it easier to lump him in with Carter and Obama…

    Not A LOT easier but easier. Plus if you are trying to win independents and the Tea Party, criticizing both parties is the way to go.

    As long as you can show that you have a plan and the experience to back it up. No more hopey-changey please, not even from the Don.

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