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Dick Cheney: Trump ‘sounds like a liberal Democrat to me’ on 9/11

CheneyonTrumpWhile appearing on Fox News’ “Special Report,” former Vice President Dick Cheney had harsh words for media mogul Donald Trump, who accused former President George W. Bush of lying about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.

“He sounds like a liberal Democrat to me,” Cheney told Fox News’ Bret Baier.

Video of Cheney’s remarks can be seen below:

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Trump’s comments even won the approval of the far left-wing founder of Code Pink.

Cheney’s comments drew reaction from both sides:

https://twitter.com/grtlkesailor/status/699372780631035904

Trump supporters also sounded like liberal Democrats, spouting the usual false charges.

https://twitter.com/DavidAthayde_on/status/699373001482092544

https://twitter.com/JAssettrader/status/699371365590245377

https://twitter.com/RockyRayAntoky/status/699372913636601857

All of this is starting to make me wonder — Is Donald Trump really a Democratic Party plant designed to sabotage the GOP in order to ensure a Hillary Clinton win?

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