Donald Trump Will Be Livid After Lindsey Graham Took Brutal Swing At His Character; “If It’s A Personality Contest, He’ll Be In Trouble” Going Up Against Biden In 2024

Trump's going to LOSE IT over this one.

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If Donald Trump wasn’t blind with anger towards South Carolina Republican Senator and wishy-washy MAGA jockey Lindsey Graham before, you can all but bet your last dime that he will be now after the GOP lawmaker and southern fried sycophant took a positively brutal swipe at the former president’s literal personality in recent public remarks that are guaranteed to send Donnie’s head spinning off his shoulders when he catches wind of it.

Graham’s comments came during a recent interview on CNBC, where the lawmaker stated that he fully believes Donald Trump “could be” the leading contender for the Republican Party in the 2024 presidential election, but only if he curbs his distasteful personality.

“Whether you like Trump or not he was a consequential president,” Senator Graham opined in the interview. “I think a strong American president — unpredictable — is a good thing as long as you keep it within the boundaries.”

“His problem is personal, his policies have stood the test of time but has he worn the American people out in terms of his personality? Time will tell,” the Republican lawmaker went on to add. “But I’ll say this, after the Biden presidency, if there’s a policy debate in 2024, I like his chances. If it’s a personality contest, he’ll be in trouble.”

As it stands, Trump has yet to officially announce his 2024 presidential candidacy — the reason for which is likely a doubled-sided coin, consisting of efforts to skirt campaign finance laws and the fact that the Republican National Committee is currently footing a large portion of his rapidly mounting legal fees, which will stop the moment he officially throws his hat into the 2024 ring.

However, just because he hasn’t officially announced anything yet doesn’t mean he hasn’t made it crystal clear that he’ll be gunning for a second term in the White House, provided he’s not been indicted by then, of course. Trump has dropped consistent hits ever since November of 2020 that he not only be running against Joe Biden for a second time but fully expects to win.

The former guy’s intentions have been made crystal clear through his barrage of incessant rallies, alone.

But it seems if you ask Lindsey Graham, it’s all for nothing if Trump doesn’t get himself an attitude adjustment, and fast.

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