Chris Sununu, the Republican governor of New Hampshire, believes that Donald Trump will not go down gracefully from politics and will not be the Republican contender for president in 2024.
Sununu remarked on a recent broadcast of conservative commentator Hugh Hewitt’s radio program that after Trump loses, he won’t be going quietly.” In that regard, he’s a bit of a crybaby, Sununu said.
When Sununu was asked if he would vote for Trump or a Democrat in the general election, he said unequivocally that he would vote for the Republican.
Most statewide surveys have Trump ahead of other Republican contenders, including Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and former Vice President Mike Pence.
Although Sununu has lately denied any interest in challenging Trump in the 2024 Republican primary, he was widely expected to enter the race.
Sununu, who has been a vocal opponent of the outgoing president, has lately sidestepped queries about whether or not he would back a third-party presidential candidate. He declared his desire to block Trump’s nomination at whatever cost.
Sununu isn’t the only prominent Republican to call Trump a crybaby.
While in New Hampshire for the early primary, Chris Christie challenged Trump’s honesty.
Christie tweeted that Trump had told him he didn’t believe it was fair that he be forced to debate. He said crybabies and losers always complain that life is unfair. He said Trump fits the bill for both.
In 2019, ex-Fox newscaster Carl Cameron called Trump a crybaby president, adding that he likes to bully rather than find solutions.
In 2016, after Trump alluded to the possibility that the election might be rigged against him, President Obama scoffed, called it a ridiculous notion, and called Trump a crybaby.
Of course, when Trump won the election, Hillary and the left hypocritically said the election was rigged against her.