The Atlantic published a bogus story that Trump called fallen heroes “losers.”
And not one sane person believes that story for a second.
But you know who is a loser?
He lost the 2004 presidential race and so he knows a thing or two about actually losing.
The failed Democrat presidential candidate, however, ranted on MSNBC that Trump is completely “intimidated” by Putin.
Check out the story from Newsweek:
Former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has accused President Donald Trump of being “frightened” by his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin.
On MSNBC, host Lawrence O’Donnell asked Kerry about Trump’s approach to Russia on issues such as the poisoning of Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny as well as tensions between U.S. and Russia troops in Syria.
Reiterating a theme he took during the Democratic National Convention (DNC), Kerry took aim at the president’s foreign policy credentials, in particular with the Kremlin, as he pointedly referred to how Trump did not raise with Putin claims that Russia had paid bounties to Taliban militants to target U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan.
Does anyone actually believe that Trump wouldn’t be harder on someone like Putin than Hillary Clinton?
Or Slow Joe Biden?
Biden especially would be susceptible to foreign influence because his son makes big bucks sitting on the boards of foreign companies.
Watch Kerry’s MSNBC tyrade right here:
But as the New York Post points out, Kerry's probably simply mad that Trump's foreign policy has panned out way better for America than when Kerry was Secretary of State:
It took approximately 20 seconds for former Secretary of State John Kerry to drop the first flagrant lie in his Democratic National Convention speech, when he claimed that the Obama administration’s so-called Iran deal had “eliminated the threat of an Iran with a nuclear weapon.” It didn’t get any better from there.
Kerry knows well that sunset provisions in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action provided Iran’s government with a pathway to building nuclear weapons in a few years. He knows well that Israel uncovered a giant cache of documents with instructions on how to jumpstart a program to build a nuclear arsenal, which undermined both the spirit and the rationale of the nonproliferation agreement Iran signed. He knows that Iran was developing ballistic-missile programs.
Kerry’s big accomplishment was to destroy a sanctions program that was working, thereby saving the Islamic Republic from economic ruin. This allowed the Islamist government to strengthen its proxies in Syria, Lebanon, the Palestinian territories, Yemen and Iraq.
Now Kerry says Trump “doesn’t know how to defend the troops”? Well, I’m not sure that the man who oversaw the billions in direct cash payments to a government that had a hand in murdering and maiming hundreds of American troops has the moral authority to level that criticism.
Kerry himself acknowledged that sanctions relief would likely end up in the coffers of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard — now a designated terror group.
Surely, then, he knew that the pallets of euros and Swiss francs he was shipping to Tehran in an unmarked cargo plane would also find their way to the groups triggering conflicts across the Middle East — not to mention subjugating people at home.
While many argued for a maximum-pressure campaign against the Islamic Republic, Kerry preferred the no-pressure route. The Iran deal, in fact, often seemed to be the Obama administration’s top obsession. Nothing would stand in the way. And while the media echo chamber was misleading the public at home, Kerry was placating Russia and allowing a humanitarian disaster to unfold in Syria in an effort to save the deal.
If anyone's afraid of foreign leaders, it's John Kerry.
He's made a career out of hobbling America while allowing our enemies to grow stronger.