Norris has had enough of the Trump-bashing. Though he has not publicly come out with an endorsement, the conservative, All-American icon definitely is against the opposing option, which he calls "Billary." Referring to Hillary's statement of making her husband in charge of the economy because he is so good at it, Norris writes:
"We all knew that Hillary would eventually pitch the two-for-one deal in her presidential sale, but so blatantly? Her inclusion of Bill seems as desperate as Ted Cruz calling Carly Fiorina as his vice president in the last breaths of his GOP presidential primary bid."
"Finally, it is time for the Republican Party to get its act together and unify. GOP leaders need to let go of their ego factions and come together with one primary goal in mind: keeping 'Billary' from getting back into the Oval Office."
Not surprisingly, Norris is no fan of Obama. The initial kindling for his article on Trump, Obama, and Hillary was the UK Prime Minister's rude comment about Trump, calling him, "divisive, stupid, and wrong." Norris protests: "Isn’t it ironic that Prime Minister Cameron of Great Britain can criticize Donald Trump, but we never heard a word from the PM when Obama sent the bust of Winston Churchill back to Great Britain that had been sitting in the Oval Office for many years?"
Norris goes on to criticize Obama's lack of class in openly putting down Trump. "Speaking of divisive, stupid and wrong, here’s the second thing that ticked me off this past week: Obama’s speech at Rutgers University was about the lowest I’ve seen a president go. I have to say his speech was about as immature as you can get. I know Obama is only in his early 50s, but is his speechwriter a teenager?"
Norris goes on to explain: "Obama slammed Trump at Rutgers University, calling him 'anti-intellectual,' 'ignorant' and an 'isolationist'...The president concluded about Trump: 'In politics and in life, ignorance is not a virtue. It’s not cool to not know what you’re talking about. That’s not keeping it real, or telling it like it is. That’s not challenging political correctness. That’s just not knowing what you’re talking about.' So, who died and made Obama Einstein?"
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