Trump: GOP's 'Terrible Negotiators' Make Obama Look Good

Thursday, 14 Jul 2011 02:33 PM

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Former Republican presidential contender Donald Trump on Tuesday attacked Republican lawmakers as “terrible negotiators” in the federal debt dispute, reports Mediaite.com. He also said he would consider re-entering the race if he does not like what he sees from Republicans and the economy.

Donald Trump, Barack ObamaIn a YouTube video blog Trump posted recently, he says Republicans “talk tough, but they don’t act tough,” and describes their position in the debt debate as “el foldo.”

“It looks like they’re scared . . . and it looks like they’re just folding…. And they are making Obama look so great, it is just incredible,” he told Greta van Susteren on Fox News.

Asked whether he would jump back into the 2012 race as an independent, Trump said, “I’m going to see what happens with the Republicans and I’m going to see what happens with the economy . . . If the economy continues to be bad, which I think it will, and if the Republicans pick the wrong person, I will absolutely get involved.”

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