Trump’s campaign strategist says ‘no, he’s not’ president
Posted On July 18, 2021
NEW YORK — Donald Trump’s former campaign manager said Saturday he was “not” endorsing Hillary Clinton for president.
Gary Cohn said in an interview with The New Yorker that he would not vote for her if she were to become the Democratic nominee, even if she won the election.
“I don’t think she has a chance.
If she’s going to become president, I think she will be a disaster,” Cohn said, speaking to The New York Times.”
If she’s the nominee, I would not be a Trump voter,” he said.
Cohn, who ran the campaign for Trump in the 2016 presidential election, also suggested that former President Barack Obama was not the candidate he wanted to be.
“We didn’t want a man that didn’t care about working people, and I don’t believe in the Obama-Clinton agenda,” Cohn told the magazine.
Corker did not directly respond to a question about whether he believed Trump was an authoritarian.
Citing Trump’s controversial executive order on immigration, Cohn said the president’s executive orders and his policies are not in keeping with the principles of the republic.
“This is not a republic.
He’s not an American.
He does not represent America,” Cohn added.