Republicans who remained against President Donald Trump are seriously seeing some karma these days.
Alabama’s anti-Trump governor was massively anti-Trump during the election.
Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley has formally released a statement denouncing Donald Trump as the Republican presidential candidate and vowing not to vote for him in the upcoming election.
Bentley’s press secretary Yasamie August emailed this statement from the governor:
“I endorsed Governor John Kasich for President, because I felt like he was the most qualified and the best person to lead our nation. I certainly won’t vote for Hillary Clinton, but I cannot and will not vote for Donald Trump.”
But now, things are not going so well.
The ‘Love Gov’ is stepping down to avoid impeachment but was charged Monday with two counts of violating state campaign laws.
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The resignation of Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley came amid allegations that he tried to cover-up an adulterous affair with a former adviser. He announced the move on Monday night, shortly after being booked on two campaign-related charges — failure to file campaign disclosures and failure to disclose economic interests.
This is just too rich!
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