Trump flips out on Mitch McConnell as Build Back Better heads to the Senate
Donald Trump during HBO interview. (Screenshot)

Using his spokesperson as a cut-out for his statements since he is banned from Twitter, former president Donald Trump launched a full-scale attack on Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) after the House quickly approved President Joe Biden's Build Back Better Act on Friday morning.

As the twice-impeached president sees it, "...the Democrats are getting far more than they ever dreamed possible, largely because of Mitch McConnell's idiotic move of giving in on the Debt Ceiling and giving them two months to get their act together."

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Calling the debt ceiling the "Trump Card" he added, "If they don't drop this horrendous, Communistic style Bill that will be ruinous to all we stand for as a Country, we should not approve a Debt Ceiling increase."

With that in mind, he advised McConnell to either stand firm on the debt ceiling or "resign".

You can see his statement below: