Ex-RNC head Michael Steele criticizes Trump for sharing image of Biden hogtied, describing him as a "visceral animal."

Steele discussed how the legal system has allowed Trump to freely target individuals during their conversation.

March 31st 2024.

Ex-RNC head Michael Steele criticizes Trump for sharing image of Biden hogtied, describing him as a
During a recent segment on MSNBC's The Weekend program, Michael Steele, a former chair of the Republican National Committee, shared his thoughts on Donald Trump's controversial social media behavior. Steele, who now works as a political analyst for the network, didn't hold back in his criticism of the former president, referring to him as a "visceral animal."

The discussion was sparked by Trump's latest post on social media, in which he shared a video featuring an image of President Joe Biden being hogtied in the bed of a pick-up truck. As reported by The Hill, Steele expressed his belief that Trump's actions are a result of his limited understanding and intelligence, stating that "that concept is way above Donald Trump's paygrade."

Steele also touched on Trump's past attacks on Judge Juan Merchan and his daughter, who is involved in a trial regarding Trump's hush money payments. Despite a gag order being issued by Merchan, limiting what Trump can say publicly about the case, the former president has continued to make unsubstantiated claims about the judge and his family.

Steele called out the legal system for not taking stronger action against Trump's behavior, stating that he is "confused about how the system still does not respond to the thing in front of it." He also questioned why clear boundaries have not been put in place to prevent Trump from exploiting and attacking individuals for his own gain.

In response to Trump's controversial post, the Biden campaign condemned his behavior and referenced his past comments to the Proud Boys during a debate moderated by Chris Wallace. The campaign's communications director, Michael Tyler, stated that Trump's actions are "the type of crap you post when you're calling for a bloodbath."

Tyler also brought attention to the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol, which many have accused Trump of inciting through his rhetoric. He concluded his statement by calling on people to take Trump's actions seriously, referencing the Capitol Police officers who were attacked while protecting democracy.

Meanwhile, Trump's campaign spokesperson, Steven Cheung, defended the former president's actions and claimed that the image in question was simply on the back of a passing truck. Cheung also accused Democrats of "weaponizing the justice system" against Trump and inciting violence against him.

This is not the first time that Michael Steele has spoken out against Trump's behavior and rhetoric. In the past, he has criticized Trump for his comments about Black voters and his divisive tactics in politics. As the conversation continues surrounding Trump's actions and their impact, it's clear that Steele is not afraid to speak his mind and hold leaders accountable for their actions.

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