The left continues to disparage President Trump.
Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez went rogue bashing President Trump calling him an “existential threat” to the country.
Perez addressed the Democrat party’s national gathering over the weekend in Las Vegas with a message of uniting together to fight Trump.
The Las Vegas Sun reports:
“We have the most dangerous president in American history and one of the most reactionary Congresses in American history,” Perez said as he addressed the first Democratic National Committee gathering since his February election.
Perez was also highly critical of Trump’s cabinet, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and House Speaker Paul Ryan, calling them a “culture of corruption.”
While attempting to unify the party with an anti-Trump message, DNC appointments by Perez caused rumblings from within the party.
The chairman’s plea comes amid a rift over his appointments to little-known but influential party committees and the 75 at-large members of the national party committee. Perez and his aides plug his choices as a way to make the DNC younger and more diverse, but the moves also mean demotions for several prominent Democrats who backed Bernie Sanders over Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential primaries and then supported Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison over Perez in the post-election race for party chairman.
Perez spent time during this week’s proceedings, held at Bally’s on the Las Vegas Strip, meeting privately with frustrated DNC members, including some he did not reappoint. He apologized publicly Saturday for not reaching all of those members before he announced his appointments, but he defended his overall aim.
“If someone ever asks you which wing of the party you belong to, tell ’em you belong to the accomplishment wing of the Democratic Party,” he said, “because you’re trying to get s— done. That’s what we’re trying to do here, folks. We’re trying to move the ball forward.”
The left will do and say anything to disparage and discredit President Trump in a desperate attempt to unite.