Ric Grenell decries D.C. ‘feeding frenzy’ on Trump
President a ‘non-politician’ being judged by Washington standards
mid a wave of resignations, onetime ambassador to Germany and acting director of national intelligence came to the defense of his former boss on Friday, arguing the “feeding frenzy” is mostly confined to Washington.
Trump is being judged by the Washington establishment’s standard of what makes a good politician, he told Neil Cavuto in a Fox Business interview, and Trump is not a politician.
“I think there is a little bit of a feeding frenzy in Washington, and I just don’t see it outside of Washington,” he said.
About a dozen top- or mid-level administration officials have resigned this week, including Education Secretary Betsy DeVoss and Transporation Secretary Elaine Chao.
Grenell said he hasn’t spoken with any of them and doesn’t know their reasons but said he’s “very proud of all the work that the Trump administration has done.”
“I think that this president has done amazing work,” he said. “I think his policies will live for a long time.”
Cavuto, acknowledging Trump’s many achievements, asked if the president has ruined his legacy by challenging the election outcome.
“Look, I don’t buy that, Neil, I think 75 million people voted for Donald Trump,” he said. “I think the media in Washington has never given him –…..