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After John Lewis Attacked Trump, Mike Pence DROPPED HAMMER On Him!

John Lewis, a Congressman since 1986, doesn’t think that Donald Trump is a legitimate president. He expressed his worries during an interview with NBC News’ Chuck Todd. Trump immediately fired back tweeting that John Lewis should stop talking and should start doing stuff. Also, Mike Pence stands by Donald Trump’s side and he showed that during an interview with Fox News.

WOW. Let me just say, from the bottom of my heart, THANK YOU MIKE PENCE! Today you defended Donald Trump from pure liberal SABOTAGE in the most respectful and eloquent way possible.

He went on FOX News to talk about all that happened this weekend with Congressman John Lewis saying Trump was “not a legitimate President” and Trump striking back.

Chirs Wallace tried to be sneaky and put Mr. Pence into a corner by asking if it was “Okay” for Trump to call Lewis a “Do-Nothing” since he was a front line fighter of the Civil Rights Movement.

Pence looked Chris in the eyes and gave the perfect response.

Pence went on to explain,

“When someone of John Lewis’ stature, someone who is not only an icon in the civil rights movement but also someone who by virtue of his sacrifice on that day that we know as Bloody Sunday, he crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge and it was through that the Voting Rights Act itself – for someone of his stature to use terms like, ‘this is not a legitimate president. AND I HOPE HE RECONSIDERS!!”

See? Donald Trump doesn’t wanna make enemies with these guys. He wants to help them. Not help them with their bad plans. He wants to help them by making our country united again!

Let’s show solidarity with America’s 45th president by sharing this story everywhere!

H/T Envnewsdaily

It is Donald Trump’s right to defend himself after Lewis’ accusations. Maybe John Lewis should mind his own business in

the civil rights movement and let the president run the country!

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4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. [email protected]

    April 18, 2017 at 11:22 pm

    John Lewis is nothing but human waste & needs to stroke out.

  2. LaVerne

    April 19, 2017 at 2:47 am

    Agree!…..all these politicians need to keep their advice to themselves and not try and run the country…..that is why a “President” is elected!

  3. Barbara Corbin

    April 20, 2017 at 4:54 am

    John Lewis doesn’t have much, if any common sense. He is using color to stab Trump in the back just like that hateful Maxine Waters. They are both despicable.

  4. DEB

    April 20, 2017 at 10:17 am

    John Lewis is a loud mouth bigot! He isn’t one I or many REAL AMERICANS listen to! PRESIDENT TRUMP is correct, John Lewis should get busy n do what his people put him there to do n that is TO MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN! He wasn’t voted president, he was elected to be a follower of any president n to SERVE, ( GET THAT!) to serve the people. Now get in there, get behind the President n do you job by putting people to work, not living off their poverty!

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