According to a recent report from the New York Times, Harry Reid is suffering from pancreatic cancer and does not have very long left to live.
Reid represented his home state of Nevada as recently as 2015.
Even with death looming, Reid is still very much the firecracker he was while serving as Senate majority leader.
Reid is not a fan of the Republican ideology.
He is even less of a fan of Donald Trump (a feeling that, I’m sure, is mutual).
Over the last couple of years, Reid has characterized Trump as being a “spoiled brat,” a “human leech,” and a “con man.”
Trump hasn’t hidden his dislike of Reid, either.
During his most recent interview, though, Reid had yet another disparaging way to characterize the sitting president.
He called him “amoral” and “the worst president we’ve ever had.”
In fact, Reid doesn’t think there is even anyone else in the running for that epithet.
That is a rather shocking sentiment when you consider some of the disastrous presidential terms we have seen over the last several decades.
Trump is far from the worst president — in fact, we’d argue he’s quite the opposite.
America is greater with Trump at the helm, and there’s just no other way to put it.