“Made a lot of mistakes”: Trump paid tribute to the late Secretary of State and caused a stir

“Made a lot of mistakes”: Trump paid tribute to the late Secretary of State and caused a stir
“Made a lot of mistakes”: Trump paid tribute to the late Secretary of State and caused a stir

Former United States President Donald Trump last night issued a vile obituary following the death of Colin Powell when he criticized the way the media described the former secretary of state who died yesterday due to coronary heart disease complications. “, And especially the weapons of alleged mass destruction, are being treated so nicely in his death by the fake media,” he wrote in a statement.

“Hopefully that will happen to me one day. He was a classic Republican, even if it was, and was always the first to attack other Republicans,” the former president continued. “He made a lot of mistakes, but in any case, he should rest in peace on his bed.”

Colin Powell (Photo: Reuters)

Powell made no secret of his scathing criticism of Trump for hurting the party, and for Trump’s unethical conduct, when in the 2016 election he supported Hillary Clinton and last year he supported Joe Biden’s candidacy. Trump himself used to attack Powell for the famous speech at the UN in 2003, in which he justified the need to invade Iraq and overthrow the Saddam Hussein regime.

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General Colin Powell, who was secretary of state and the first African-American joint chief of staff, died yesterday morning at the age of 84 as a result of corona virus complications. It was reported that he was suffering from advanced blood cancer and therefore his immune system was weak even though he was fully vaccinated.

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