- In an op-ed, former RNC chair Marc Racicot slammed Trump about his remarks on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
- Racicot claimed Trump’s statements were “laced with reckless propositions, cruelty, and improprieties.”
- Racicot warned that these who assist Trump or justification his behavior “dance with the devil.”
Previous Republican National Committee chair Marc Racicot has slammed former President Donald Trump for his feedback on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, expressing they were “laced with reckless propositions, cruelty, and improprieties.”
In an op-ed run by a number of publications this week, Racicot — who chaired the RNC from 2002 to 2003 — created a circumstance for why he believed Trump was unfit to guide the US.
“If the previous president’s latest remarks about Ukraine had amounted to just one more ration of narcissistic self-indulgence, it would have been briefly mentioned, but not extensively examined,” Racicot wrote. “These kinds of patent nonsense has develop into, after all, predictable and expected.”
“But his modern comments prior to and immediately after the Russian invasion had been laced with reckless propositions, cruelty, and improprieties which keep on to poison and fray the political everyday living and social fabric of the country,” he added.
In individual, Racicot took intention at Trump’s praise for Russian President Vladimir Putin.
“The vicious steps of the Russian president have been universally condemned by good individuals everywhere you go. But, not by Donald Trump. To the opposite, the previous president could only specific his admiration of the Russian president’s techniques by describing him as ‘savvy,’ ‘smart,’ and a ‘genius,'” he wrote.
Racicot also criticized Trump for suggesting that the US set Chinese flags on its fighter jets to “bomb the shit out of Russia.”
“In addition to revealing a total absence of maturity and morality, this sort of opinions also expose an appalling deficiency of compassion for the loss of life and destruction of the life, tradition, and state of the folks of Ukraine. And they remind us once more, how crucial the character and security of just one human being can be,” he wrote.
Citing writer J.M. Smith, Racicot ended his piece with a warning to those people who assist Trump or continue on to justification his conduct to “protected his favor.”
“If you dance with the devil, then you have not got a clue, for you think you can expect to alter the satan, but the satan alterations you,” he wrote.
In spite of getting greatly criticized by many parties — including veteran diplomats — for praising Putin, Trump has continued to make bold claims about the Ukraine disaster.
He produced a statement on Wednesday made up of untrue promises about NATO even though Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy was talking in Congress. For the duration of a rally in South Carolina on Saturday, Trump claimed that his character had retained the US “out of war” for the duration of his presidency and explained Russia would not have dared to annex “one inch” of Ukrainian territory if he was in cost.