H.R. McMaster on Trump Running Again: ‘Would be Terribly Divisive’

On Sunday’s broadcast of CBS’s “State of the Union,” President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser H.R. McMaster declared that it would be “terribly divisive” if Trump ran for president again.

Anchor Jake Tapper inquired as to whether or not he would vote to convict Trump if he was in the Senate, McMaster replied, “I’m not in the Senate and… I try to steer clear of any kind of partisan politics.”

Tapper said, “I don’t believe that taking a position against a president inciting his fans to stage a terrorist attack on the Capitol that resulted in bloodshed in an effort to stop the constitutional duty of members of Congress and vice president, I don’t see that as partisan and I don’t think you do, either.”

McMaster responded, “I don’t either. I agree that’s what happened. I don’t want to put myself in the role of a senator voting.”

Tapper asked, “He might run again. Would you support him running again?”

McMaster replied, “I think it would be terribly divisive for our country for him to run again.”

All I have to say is, it’s a good thing we don’t care what McMaster has to say! The people have spoken and we want President Donald Trump!!

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