Newt Gingrich Warns Donald Trump He Won’t Have Stable Presidency Without ‘Serious Changes’

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Newt Gingrich is described by the mainstream media as a long-time Donald Trump supporter and today it was revealed via a Fox New interview that former Speaker of the House is very concerned and worried about the future of Trump’s presidency. Despite the fact that Newt Gingrich was very optimistic lately with regard to Trump’s performance in the White House, he now claims that Donald Trump is increasingly isolated, more than he realizes, and serious changes must take place.

The truth is, nothing changed in DC really. The left wing mass media and the Washington establishment (DC voted with “her” 94%) including RINOs and deep state pundits were always against President Trump and his agenda, this is nothing new. The huge backlash in the MSM/establishment following Trump’s comments on Charlottesville are business as usual, fake news basically. But we’re digressing; here’s Newt Gingrich talking with Bill Hemmer on Fox News about Donald Trump:

“I think he’s in a position right now where he’s much more isolated than he realizes. On the Hill, he has far more people willing to sit to one side and not help him right now, and I think that he needs to recognize that he’s taken a good first step with bringing in General Kelly, but he needs to think about what has not worked. You don’t get down to 35 percent approval and have people in your own party shooting at you and conclude that everything’s going fine.”

However, this conversation about polls and the faux outrage displayed by virtue signaling leftists  has taken place time and time again. Let’s remember Access Hollywood, John McCain, Trump is finished, has 5% chance of winning the election and so forth and so on. What’s different this time? Well, here’s Newt again:

It is only different in that you go through little ground, little ground, little ground, and after a while you have enough different people pull back that you are in a qualitatively different position and right now, that if he wants to get his agenda enacted that if he wants get things done and have a presidency that is stable, he is going to have to have a couple of serious changes.

 

So basically President Trump needs to go along to get along; in other words, he must compromise with the establishment swamp-dwellers who are fighting him tooth and nail because he is threatening to take away their trough full of taxpayer dollars, lobbyist perks and benefits, and their crony capitalism kickbacks. Sorry, Newt, that is exactly why Trump was elected POTUS.

Newt has always been a pandering flip-flopper, he always sides any given day with whomever he thinks will put the most butter on his bread.

He’s a smart man no doubt, and a polished speaker but only loyal to himself. now it is clear why Newt wasn’t picked as VP. Newt needs to go back to sitting on the couch with Nancy Pelosi and talking about “climate change.” Donald Trump is isolated because he is the only person in DC sporting a set of balls.The rest of the GOP is so afraid they won’t get re-elected that they are giving in to the MSM and the left. Again, nothing new.

It’s the media’s constant phony outrage that’s pushing the “instability” line. This morning’s headline on CNN wasn’t about the terror attack in Barcelona; it was about Trump’s “allies” abandoning him. Give me a break. They have not once given this man a chance and have been screaming for impeachment from the moment he took the oath of office.

The Republicans have a problem. They fund-raised and ran on repealing health care. They could have done it, but they did not. Trump called them out on not doing what they promised. They now need Trump to be the reason for their failure, it’s Trump versus them.

For example, for years Corker said it was Obama’s fault we could not get anything done. They now have the house, senate and presidency, and choked.

Corker now needs it to be Trump’s fault so he and others can make speeches, cash their checks, have their health care, and not accomplish anything. Business as usual in the swamp.

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