Spokesman for George W. Bush Says NYT Story Claiming He Won’t Vote for Trump Is Bogus
Once again it’s looking like the New York Times is all the fake news that’s fit to print.
Over the weekend the failing paper published an article on notable Republicans who wouldn’t be supporting Donald Trump’s re-election. Among them included Colin Powell (for voted for Obama twice and Hillary Clinton in 2016), Mitt Romney (who voted to impeach Trump), and George W. Bush.
The only name anyone should’ve been surprised to see on the list was Bush, but as it turns out, it shouldn’t have been on it in the first place.
According to the Daily Caller:
Former President George W. Bush’s spokesman vehemently denied an article from the New York Times that alleged he would not be voting for President Donald Trump in 2020.
“This is completely made up,” Bush’s spokesman Freddy Ford said in an email according to the Texas Tribune. “He is retired from presidential politics and has not indicated how he will vote.”
The NYT has not yet updated its article with Ford’s statement denying the report.
Both George W. and Laura Bush didn’t vote for any candidate in 2016, so it’s interesting to see his spokesperson “vehemently” deny the NYT report. Could that mean Bush is considering voting for Trump this time around? Time will tell.