CNN Contributor Wants ‘Shadow Government’ To Rise Up And Overthrow Trump (VIDEO)

Did you ever think you would see something like this in your lifetime? CNN contributor Philip Mudd is basically wishing for a government coup to take the presidency away from Trump. It would be funny if it wasn’t so dangerous.

News Busters reports:

CNN’s Philip Mudd Calls for ‘Shadow Government’ to Rise Up, Oppose Trump

Fresh off of declaring the Trump-Putin press conference “one of the most disgraceful performances” by an American president, AC360 host Anderson Cooper completed the CNN’s feedback loop by touting Arizona Republican Senator John McCain saying the same thing. He then turned to Mudd and asked if he agreed.

Of course, Mudd did but his next concern was in regards to who was going to step up to oppose the President. “You have seen senators come out. In the past, we have seen the senator who is in the midst of a painful illness, Senator McCain. Senators like Jeff Flake who are leaving the Senate. Now you see Marco Rubio still, obviously, in the fight speaking out,” he boasted.

He spoke glowingly about how there were many people at different levels of government who were saying and doing things contrary to the President. “Curious point in American government. When do we see almost a shadow government come out and say, ‘We cannot side with the government, whether its cabinet or the Senate.’ I think that’s the big question,” he opined.

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