Donald Trump is showing his glass jaw.
The former president infamously launches vile, fact-free slurs at rivals, enemies and even the odd bystander.
Yet after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, in an interview with The Post’s Piers Morgan, mildly noted Trump’s chaotic style and the alleged hush-money-to-a-porn-star thing, Trump (and his cronies) completely lost it.
“Ron DeSanctimonious is not working for the people of Florida as he should be, he is too busy chatting with a Ratings Challenged TV Host from England,” Trump fumed in a Truth Social tweet.
He was dumping on Morgan, who merely interviewed DeSantis.
Trump-backer Steve Bannon called DeSantis a “weasel.”
Mike Lindell slammed him as “disgusting.”
Trump’s son, Donald Trump, Jr., said DeSantis is “pathetically” turning to the “liberal media” (did he really mean The Post?) “on orders from his RINO establishment owners.”
DeSantis, whose record of standing up to the Lockdown Left far excelled Trump’s, is a RINO?
Trump even doubled down on his baseless suggestion that the Florida gov is a groomer — an utterly ridiculous smear he first echoed last month, after a grainy picture emerged of a guy who looked like a younger DeSantis partying with young women, one of whom appears to be holding a beer bottle.
It’s perfectly fair — and not at all unhinged — you see, for Trump to ludicrously imply that the father of 2016 prez-race rival Ted Cruz helped John Kennedy’s assassin.
And to call Cruz’s wife ugly.
And to mock the looks of another 2016 rival, Carly Fiorina, in a debate.
Or to call his own former national security adviser, John Bolton, a “dope.”
Or Mayor Michael Bloomberg “Mini Mike.”
Or his own niece, Mary Trump, “unstable.”
No one has lobbed as many childish, bullying insults as Donald Trump.
Sure, Trump faced an unprecedented onslaught of purely partisan fabricated attacks from the Left during his time in office.
The Post and DeSantis stood up for him during Russiagate and the rest.
But DeSantis merely says out loud what everyone already knows to be true about the ex-prez — that his term in office was plagued by “drama” and chaos entirely of his own creation and that he spends his time “fighting with people on social media”.
For this mere fact, TrumpWorld goes nuts and proves DeSantis’ point.
Trump can’t take a tiny bit of what he loves to dish out.
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