Republican presumptive presidential pick Donald Trump said Wednesday one of the Republican Party’s most noted pundits and columnists, George Will, was nothing but a “major loser” with a bad attitude.
“I find him to be a very boring person and dull,” he said, during an interview on “Morning Joe” on MSNBC. “He’s a very nasty guy.”
His comments came as Will, in a recent column, called for a concerted Republican Party campaign to make sure Trump never won the presidency, even if he won the GOP primary.
“Donald Trump’s damage to the Republican Party, although already extensive, has barely begun,” Will wrote, in his Washington Post piece entitled “If Trump is nominated, the GOP must keep him out of the White House.”
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He went on, writing: “Republican quislings will multiply, slinking into support of the most anti-conservative presidential aspirant in their party’s history. These collaborationists will render themselves ineligible to participate in the party’s reconstruction. … Trump would be the most unpopular nominee ever, unable to even come close to Mitt Romney’s insufficient support among women, minorities and young people. In losing disastrously, Trump probably would create down-ballot carnage sufficient to end even Republican control of the House. Ticket splitting is becoming rare in polarized America.”
Will has never looked on Trump’s campaign with kind eyes and has constantly attacked the Republican front-runner as undesireable for the GOP.