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Gov. Sununu Slams Biden: He Must Apology for Insulting Half of America

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JOE BIDEN recently visited the state of Maryland, where he held a rally with Democratic donors. During his speech, the president attacked Republicans who sympathize with Donald Trump and even called that faction of the party “semi-fascism.” This provoked the indignation of one Republican governor in particular, who did not hesitate to respond him in response.

Chris Sununu appeared on CNN’s State of the Union, where he was asked about the statements of the current POTUS and made clear his lack of sympathy with them.

“Horribly insulting. The fact that the president would go out and insult half of America — because effectively half of America votes Republican and half of America ultimately votes Democrat, it swings a little bit one way or the other. But to effectively call half of America semi-fascist because he’s trying to stir up controversy, he’s trying to stir up this anti-Republican sentiment right before the election, it’s horribly inappropriate and insulting and people should be insulted and he should apologize,” Sununu said, who will seek a fourth term in November.

While the two have had their differences, and unlike other Northeast Republican governors like Charlie Baker or Larry Hogan, Sununu publicly endorsed Donald Trump for the 2020 election. Not only did he vote for him, but he called himself a “Trump guy through and through.”

Just as he disliked the label used by Biden to define Republicans, he criticized the “communist” moniker for the Democrats as a whole. “We can say all the Democrats are communists; they’re all ultra-socialist communists that just want to bring down our capitalistic market. That’s not true of Democrats either,” he said.

Instead, he extolled moderation and again criticized the president in this regard as well. “When we allow ourselves to talk in these extremes, we polarize the country, we bring people further apart. If I remember, [Biden] was the guy, the candidate at the time, to be president that said he was going to bring everybody together, and then to call half of America fascist, come on. Look, he owes an apology. That’s not appropriate. That isn’t leadership.,” the New Hampshire governor concluded.

Joaquín Núñez es licenciado en comunicación periodística por la Universidad Católica Argentina. Se especializa en el escenario internacional y en la política nacional norteamericana. Confeso hincha de Racing Club de Avellaneda. Contacto: [email protected] // Joaquín Núñez has a degree in journalistic communication from the Universidad Católica Argentina. He specializes in the international scene and national American politics. Confessed fan of Racing Club of Avellaneda. Contact: [email protected]

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