Christine Todd Whitman says Trump should step down over Putin flap

The criticisms for how Trump handled the summit meeting with Putin are beginning to flow.

Among them is the former GOP Governor of New Jersey, Christine Todd Whitman, who is demanding Trump step down as the President of the United States.

Constant Critic

Whitman has never exactly been a fan of President Trump.

In fact, she made no secret about voting for Clinton during the 2016 presidential election.

Along with several other high-profile GOP members, Whitman blasted Trump for all but excusing Russia from hacking the 2016 presidential election.

Whitman stated, “Mr. President, you should be ashamed.”

“To deny your own country and government in favor of a foreign leader whose country has, for decades, tried to undermine the United States is irrational and dangerous,” she continued.

Finally, Whitman dropped the bomb, stating, “Please step down, you are not fit to lead this great nation.”

Not Alone

Whitman is not alone in criticizing the president over his comments during the press conference with Putin.

Senator Lindsey Graham absolutely obliterated Trump over the summit.

In addition, several pundits that to this point had been very supportive of Trump fell off the bandwagon, at least temporarily.

One person, however, that has been a Trump supporter but called him out when she felt he swayed from his promises, Laura Ingraham, has supported Trump on his stance.

She has regularly sent out tweets where our intelligence agencies dropped the ball, lending more credence to Trump’s stance that he simply doesn’t believe some of the reports he is seeing.

If our intelligence agencies want to make us believe what they are saying, we need to see concrete evidence to back up their claims.

To this point, we have a declaration, but nothing else.

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The jury on this is still out, at least for reasonable people.

In the meantime, expect Democrats and establishment GOP members to continue to pummel Trump every chance they get.

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