The world of politics is full of favor seekers and backstabbers.
But former President Trump doesn’t forget it when you begged for endorsements one day and double crossed him the next.
And Donald Trump just unleashed on this two-timing Palmetto State politician.
The queen of cringe-worthy groveling just crossed the wrong man.
Donald Trump went to South Carolina recently and called out Congresswoman Nancy Mace on her own turf.
Mace may pay a high price for abandoning her principles and turning into a Liz Cheney mini-me.
Donald Trump is making it a mission to teach her why the old saying, “dance with the one that brung ya’” is solid advice for life.
The South Carolina Republican seems to have huge problems with fidelity—and her ex-husband isn’t the only one feeling the sting of betrayal.
Donald Trump, for one, is determined she’ll pay the price for tricking voters into supporting her.
“In the first congressional district, you have another horrendous RINO known as crazy Nancy Mace,” Donald Trump said during a rally practically in her backyard. “Two years ago, she begged for my endorsement and then she pledged to be America First.”
But rather than stand up against corrupt establishment hacks, Mace joined the Swamp Club right away.
“Instead, the first thing Nancy Mace did when she got to Washington was start attacking Republicans and hold a fundraiser for wacky Liz Cheney,” Trump said.
Trump, who is currently the leading contender for the 2024 Republican ticket, didn’t appreciate being used, then abandoned the minute Mace found someone else’s coattails to grasp.
He was quick to endorse Mace’s primary opponent, Katie Arrington, in February.
“Katie Arrington is running against an absolutely terrible candidate, Congresswoman Nancy Mace, whose remarks and attitude have been devastating for her community, and not at all representative of the Republican Party to which she has been very disloyal,” Trump said when he endorsed her. “Katie Arrington, on the other hand, is liked and respected and a true Republican.”
After that serious slap down, Mace had the gall to try repurposing Trump’s original endorsement.
And she tried to pull off her latest stunt to dupe voters in the tackiest way possible by staging a video in front of Trump Tower in New York as though it would fool voters back home.
“I remember in 2015 when President Trump announced his run, I was one of his earliest supporters. I actually worked for the campaign in 2016. I worked at seven different states across the country to help get him elected,” Mace said. “I supported him again in 2020 because of policies I believed in.”
Mace later claimed she wasn’t groveling, in spite of clear evidence to the contrary.
“If you call it groveling, I would say you didn’t watch the video,” she added. “I think it’s important to know what I said, but also what I didn’t say—present tense versus past tense.”
Talk about the gal you don’t want to be in a relationship with—and it’s certainly a mistake Trump is letting her voters know they don’t want to make twice.
Mace and her RINO pal Liz Cheney are both facing tough primaries.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.