Former Bush strategist says the United States needs to “fully cooperate with the Democratic Party” to “protect our republic”

Matthew Dowd sits in a good morning American set in a black suit and red tie.

Matthew Dowd of “Good Morning America”, Tuesday, February 14, 2017. Photo by Walt Disney Television via Lorenzo Bevillaqua / Getty Images

  • President George W. Bush’s 2004 campaign chief strategist is now in favor of the Democratic Party.

  • Matthew Dowd said people need to set aside “policy and cultural differences” and support the Democratic Party.

  • “It’s the only reliable way to protect the republic,” Daud said, banging Trump.

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The White House Chief Strategist for the 2004 Bush Cheney campaign is now rooting for a formerly hostile party.

Matthew Dowd, chief strategist in President George W. Bush’s reelection campaign, said on Twitter Thursday that he now sees the Democratic Party as the only option for Americans.

“All our democratic tribes need to cooperate fully with the Democratic Party, ignoring any policy or cultural differences, which we trust to protect our republic. It’s the only way you can do it. “

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He said the Republicans “acquired fraud from the crazy king of Mara Lago.” [sic], “Clearly mentions former President Donald Trump. He also said that the Republican Party is a” dictatorship. “

“The Democratic Party is the only way to protect our country today,” he continued.

Prior to working for President Bush, Daud was a senior adviser to the Republican National Committee. In 2007, he became a political contributor to ABC News and eventually became the chief political analyst for the network.He is earlier this year Announced He was about to leave ABC.

Recently appeared as a guest MSNBC He also criticized Republicans, saying they were aiming to “stop American diversity.”

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