New Hampshire Republican Governor Chris Sununu blasted President Donald Trump as “f**king crazy” during a roast at the annual Gridiron Club dinner.
While telling attendees that Trump wouldn’t be “getting out” if he was put “in a mental institution,” Gov. Sununu admitted that the 45th POTUS is “probably going to be the next president.”
“The press often will ask me if I think Donald Trump is crazy,” Sununu said.
“And I’ll say it this way: I don’t think he’s so crazy that you could put him in a mental institution.
“But I think if he were in one, he ain’t getting out.”
“You know, he’s probably going to be the next president,” Sununu said as he talked about Trump’s “experience,” “passion,” “sense of integrity” and the “rationale” behind his Twitter posts before yelling to a quieted crowd: “Nah, I’m just kidding.
“He’s f*cking crazy.
“Are you kidding me? Come on.
“You guys are buying that? I love it.
“He just stresses me out so much.
“I’m going to deny I ever said it.”
He continued: “We know she (Justice Clarence Thomas’s wife Ginni Thomas) may be extreme, but let’s face it when it comes to texting, she’s no Anthony Weiner.
“And you guys thought we forgot about that freakshow.
“Nobody really knows why the Convoy protesters are in Washington in the first place — which pretty much describes Ted (Ted Cruz) himself, right?
“What is with Ted? You see that beard?
“He looks like Mel Gibson after a DUI or something.”
Sununu then took aim at MyPillow founder Mike Lindell.
“This guy’s head is stuffed with more crap than his pillows,” he said of Lindell.
“And by the way, I was told not to say this, but I will: His stuff is crap. I mean, it’s absolute crap.
“You only find that kind of stuff in the Trump Hotel.”
“He (Trump) says, see this,” he added as he pivoted back to Trump.
“If you see someone holding a flag, it means they love me. They love me.
“They’re holding the American flag. They love me.
“Trump points to a person and says, That guy loves me.
“Now I can’t help but notice the guy he pointed at — the sign he is holding says, ‘f*ck Trump.’ Absolutely true.”
At a glitzy D.C. foundation dinner over the weekend, New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu, a Republican, called Donald Trump “f—ing crazy,” but also said he expects Trump to be the next president.
— Chicago Sun-Times (@Suntimes) April 4, 2022
Democrat Rep. Jamie Raskin of Maryland also spoke at the ritzy event, saying:
“But I’ve got to say that Gov. Sununu’s eloquent profanity is the kind of insurrection the GOP needs today.
“I was especially stunned that Madison Cawthorn and Matt Gaetz weren’t here because nobody loves a good party more than those guys do.
“And so, I called Madison up to say, ‘What’s up, dude?’
“And it turns out, it was a simple scheduling conflict: The Republicans have their own formal black-tie and white-powder orgy taking place tonight in the Capitol.
“But then I thought, well, why was Sen. Roy Blunt, who’s seated at table seven not invited to this late-night meeting of the Sexual Freedom Caucus?
“I contacted the GOP Cocaine and Marijuana Study Group, and they explained it was all a BIG misunderstanding: They thought that ‘Roy Blunt’ was an alias for a local marijuana dealer, and they’re having a cocaine-themed event.
“For those of us who are in Congress, we rent our tuxedos for the very infrequent parties and occasional orgies we get invited to.
“Look, it’s really tough to find a rental tuxedo this time of year: It’s high school prom season, and Matt Gaetz keeps getting the tuxedos that I want.
“Speaking of silverware, tonight, I do have a tiny complaint: No one ever brought me a fork for my pasta.
“But it worked out OK because the great Sen. Klobuchar was kind enough to let me use her comb, which she has taken out of the dishwasher earlier today,” he said, taking a dig at Klobuchar’s notoriously poor treatment of her staff.