For the second time this week, a CNN interview featured a flash of profanity related to Donald Trump.
On Wednesday it was Republican strategist Liz Mair, an outspoken critic of the party’s presidential nominee, voicing her displeasure with Trump during an interview with Anderson Cooper.
“His message is being a loudmouthed d*ck, basically,” she said. “And going out there and offending people and then engaging in an airing of grievances. That’s what he does. He doesn’t have another message.”
Mair, who is now the spokesperson for a group of Republicans backing Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson, said she lost hope that the party could rein the real estate mogul in months ago.
“Quite frankly, what I think we’re gonna continue to see throughout this campaign is, we’re gonna continue to see the Republican nominee basically acting as if he’s on a suicide mission and aiming to take the whole rest of the party down with him.”
Mair’s remark came two days after one of the network’s hosts, Fareed Zakaria, referred to Trump as a “bullsh*t artist” on the air.
Watch footage from the interview, as posted online, below.
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