In a new interview on Real Time with Bill Maher, former U.S. Secretary John Kerry offered a brutal response to accusations, made against him by President Donald Trump.
He's got the maturity of an 8-year-old boy with the insecurity of a teenage girl.
During the interview, Kerry took time out to share his unreserved opinion about the U.S. President, noting that Trump seems to be more concerned about his ratings than abiding the Constitution.
On September 13, President Trump suggested that Kerry had illegal meetings with the Iranian government, an accusation that Kerry denies. In a blunt response, Kerry reminded the President that he had bigger issues to tackle, particularly his legal problems involving his former campaign manager, Paul Manafort.
Mr. President, you should be more worried about Paul Manafort meeting with Robert Mueller than me meeting with Iran's FM. But if you want to learn something about the nuclear agreement that made the world safer, buy my new book, Every Day Is Extra: https://t.co/DKjc33Kvvu https://t.co/cesltkt0zW— John Kerry (@JohnKerry) September 14, 2018
Manafort is currently facing criminal charges and is likely to cooperate with the Mueller investigators, a situation that will certainly spell doom for President Trump.
Who won this round?
Kerry’s comments about President Trump are causing drama of their own. Some Americans feel the former Secretary of State was demeaning young people by comparing them to the U.S. President in a disparaging manner.
Hey @JohnKerry before you compare trump to a “teenaged girl” maybe remember that teenaged girls are our future, are activists, are working hard, are not yours to demean.— Corey Ann Haydu (@CoreyAnnHaydu) September 16, 2018
It was a big mistake that Jimmy Carter did not accept; this did not have a result other than destabilizing the world.— Nariman (@Nariman45123643) September 16, 2018
And now that Trump has taken his decision to end the money of terrorists in the world, he should support him.
#We iranian people support trump#
Some other commentators feel that President Trump is on the right track and is in the same swipe, helping the Iranian people. President Trump has a knack for responding harshly to critiscism, so it is likely that Kerry may be getting a response soon enough.