President Trump has been stabbed in the back numerous times during his four years as President.
Outside of his children and close family members, there are very few individuals who he can trust when the going gets tough.
And jaws dropped when President Trump called out his new top enemy in a slideshow he prepared for Republicans in Congress.
Far too often, Republican lawmakers pretend to publicly support President Trump yet work behind the scenes with Deep State officials to undermine his America First agenda at seemingly every opportunity.
And the most recent Republican to do that is Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, which isn’t surprising given the fact that Mitch McConnell was one of Trump’s biggest enemies up until the day he defeated Hillary Clinton in 2016 to become the 42nd President of the United States.
But now that Joe Biden is claiming to be the President-elect, Mitch McConnell has one again jumped ship and turned on President Trump.
First, McConnell gave up the fight to expose the massive voter fraud committed by Democrats in the 2020 election.
Then, McConnell joined the Fake News Media by congratulating Joe Biden, even referring to him as the “President-elect.”
But President Trump isn’t going to allow McConnell to get away with stabbing him in the back.
In response to McConnell jumping ship, President Trump created a slideshow his personal assistant showed to Republican lawmakers in Congress showing how President Trump’s endorsement helped catapult several Republicans into victory over their Democrat opponent on November 3.
And at the top of the slide highlighting Mitch McConnell’s race, in HUGE red letters President Trump wrote the following:
“Sadly, Mitch forgot. He was the first one off the ship!”
Furthermore, President Trump used graphs and charts to show how his support directly increased Mitch McConnell’s vote percentage by 5% in Kentucky, catapulting him to victory on election night.