Angry and bitter is no way to go through life. Case in point: John Boehner, the former Speaker of the House and an alleged “Republican” from Ohio (who, by the way, once said he trusted Obama), who just demonstrated that he’d rather see Hillary Clinton and George Soros in the White House than a Constitutional conservative like Ted Cruz.
In an interview with the Stanford Daily, Boehner called Cruz “Lucifer in the flesh” and claimed that he has “never worked with a more miserable son of a bitch in my life.”
The Stanford Daily reported:
“Lucifer in the flesh,” the former speaker said. “I have Democrat friends and Republican friends. I get along with almost everyone, but I have never worked with a more miserable son of a bitch in my life.”
Boehner described other Republican candidates as friends. In particular, the former speaker said he has played golf with Donald Trump for years and that they were “texting buddies.”
His friendship with Ohio Governor John Kasich, however, was a little more ambiguous.
“[Kasich] requires more effort on my behalf than all my other friends … but he’s still my friend, and I love him,” Boehner said.
Keep in mind that Kasich — a spoiler in the GOP race — has received quite a bit of money from Soros and his surrogates.
Reaction was pretty much what you’d expect:
— Michelle (@alamoseptic) April 28, 2016
— Mr T 2 (@GovtsTheProblem) April 28, 2016
Oh no!!! Boehner doesn't like Cruz!!! That's just….wonderful ?https://t.co/AJ21YnSBl7
— Stacey Lennox (@ScotsFyre) April 28, 2016
Tell me again who will stand up to Washington? Trump, who's Boehner's "texting and golfing buddy," or Carly & me? https://t.co/qvYPSaTEV7
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) April 28, 2016
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