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“Suck it up Buttercup” Rick Wilson is Not Interested in the GOP’s Civility Complaints

“Suck it up Buttercup” Rick Wilson is Not Interested in the GOP’s Civility Complaints

When Donald Trump joined the Republican primary, it was clear he was a different kind of politician. He insulted Carly Fiorina’s looks. He frequently referred to a Florida senator as “Little Marco Rubio.” Trump even accused Ted Cruz’s father of being involved in the Kennedy Assassination.

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And for the last four years it has been more of the same. Trump has bullied and lied about opponents. Eager to get his support, most other GOP lawmakers fell in line.

But following comments by Biden aide Jen O’Malley Dillon, Republican commentators are again talking about civility. On Thursday morning, Rick Wilson reminded the GOP that they have nothing to complain about because they created this.

In a recent interview with Glamour magazine, O’Malley Dillon remarked, “In the primary, people would mock him (Biden), like, ‘You think you can work with Republicans?’ I’m not saying they’re not a bunch of f—ers. Mitch McConnell is terrible.”

In response to Republicans complaining about the aide’s comments, Wilson tweeted, “Yeah…I don’t want to hear one goddamn word about civility from the people who spent 5 years ignoring, eliding or excusing the open sewage hole of Trump’s insults and outrages. Suck it up, buttercup. You bought the ticket. Now you get to take the ride.”

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The former Republican strategist continued, “Of course, it shouldn’t shock anyone; Washington is full of weak, ambitious men more familiar with the geography and odor of Trump’s ass than they are with anything remotely resembling honor, integrity, courage, or strength.”

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