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Michael Reagan: Trump More 'Whiner-in-Chief' Than 'Commander-in-Chief'


By    |   Thursday, 04 Feb 2016 05:24 PM

Donald Trump's ongoing complaints that Sen. Ted Cruz stole the Iowa caucuses by spreading a false claim that Ben Carson had dropped out of the race is making the billionaire developer sound like the "whiner-in-chief instead of the commander-in-chief," Michael Reagan tells Newsmax TV.

In fact, Trump's cry baby act could easily backfire and allow Sen. Ted Cruz or Sen. Marco Rubio to take first place in Tuesday's New Hampshire primary, where the billionaire developer currently leads, according to Reagan, the oldest son of President Ronald Reagan.

"Iowa's over, it's done, now you move forward to New Hampshire and you better get a ground game. If he wants to really keep his lead and win New Hampshire, you got to have a ground game," Reagan said Thursday on "The Steve Malzberg Show."

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"You can't play New Hampshire whining about what happened or didn't happen in Iowa.... You can't just have a speaking game, a whining game, and what have you....

"He thought the airplane, he thought the helicopter, he thought the events he had … was enough to do it. No, enough to do it is getting people to the caucus."

Trump, Reagan said, is "starting to sound more like the whiner in chief instead of the commander in chief."

Reagan has been highly critical of Trump's campaign, once saying his late father would be "absolutely appalled" if Trump won the GOP presidential nomination.

And in a tweet, Reagan, a political commentator and Newsmax contributor, said:


On Wednesday, Trump said Cruz "stole" the Iowa caucuses and is guilty of "fraud" for falsely telling voters going to the polls that Carson had dropped out the presidential race and to support him instead. He proclaimed the Texas senator's "fraud" so serious that Iowa state officials should void the results and hold a new caucus.

Cruz admitted his campaign wrongly stated the retired pediatric neurosurgeon had exited the race as the caucuses got underway and apologized for the gaffe.

Cruz won the Iowa contest, with Trump in second place and Rubio very closely behind him in third place.

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Donald Trump's ongoing complaints that Sen. Ted Cruz stole the Iowa caucuses by spreading a false claim that Ben Carson had dropped out of the race is making the billionaire developer sound like the "whiner-in-chief instead of the commander-in-chief," Michael Reagan tells Newsmax TV.
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