Breaking News: Major Republican Just Called For All Trump’s Children To Be Kicked From The White House!

President Donald Trump has been getting quite the amount of attacks on every front since he entered into office and nothing had been sufficient enough to dismiss the hate. The pity liberals are utterly uncensored in saying what is on their mind. How can we go back to when presidents were respected? You know, like couple of months ago? We are way past the point of this being only mere presidential bashings. This is a well organized war.

Throughout the past week give or take few days, the Trump administration has been facing the liberal attacks aimed at his son, Donald Trump Jr. He had a meeting with a Russian attorney that pledged he would secure intel on then-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

However nothing was dug up and ever since the New York Times initially disclosed the story, liberals have been having their hands full. They are devotedly trying to find someone to pin everything on. Why can’t they just face the fact that there was nothing with illegal nature here? They have been desperately looking for a manner to make this usable in President Trump’s potential impeachment. They have crossed the line.

However, nothing even starts to be comparable to what Rep. Bill Flores stated about Trump and his kids. He elaborates how it would be the optimal result for everyone if all of the Trump children were banished from the White House. Naturally this is completely ludicrous.

“I am going to go out on a limb here, but I would say that I think it would be in the President’s best interest if he removed all of his children from the White House,” he attempted to elaborate.

“Not only Donald Trump Jr., but Ivanka and Jared Kushner.” It is a truly saddening fact not even the first family is able to get some decent appreciation. When questioned regarding the meeting with the attorney, he answered like a classic liberal.

“I do find issues with the meeting. It is a meeting that should not have taken place,” he segued. “I think he though he was looking out for his father’s best interest.”

What are your thoughts on this?