Has Governor Terry McAuliffe lost his mind?

You have to think that even Governor Terry McAuliffe of Virginia could get away with threatening the President of the United States. At the very least he needs a couple of things to happen. The first thing that he needs is a visit from the FBI and a long discussion of the ramifications of his statement. The second thing is for the State of Virginia to disavow the actions of their governor.

As Written and Reported By Hanl Berrien for the Daily Wire:

On Thursday night, speaking with Chris Matthews on MSNBC’s “Hardball,” Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe boasted that if he ever debated President Trump, and Trump leaned over him the way he did with Hillary Clinton in a presidential debate, McAuliffe would deck him, and someone would have to “pick him up off the floor.”

The exchange went like this:

Matthews: Back to Trump, what he does is he seems to have an ability to intimidate his opponents. He takes people who are levelheaded like Jeb Bush and makes them look weak. He says, “low-energy Jeb,” and it works. He refers to somebody as “Little Marco” because he’s not as tall as he is, he finds anybody’s weakness and turns it into something is that destroys his opponent. I know Hillary’s a friend of yours and she’s a strong person, but he did that thing of leaning over her, in that weird, weird, kind of I don’t know what, Godzilla way during the debate. What would you do in a debate with him if he tried that? If he’d come over and leaned over in back into you. What would you do?

McAuliffe: You would have to pick him up off the floor.

Matthews: Okay. Okay, you mean, you’d deck him?

McAuliffe: Listen, this guy got in my space, you want to get in my space, I’ve ………


Terry McAuliffe: I’d Deck Trump If He ‘Got In My Space’ | Daily Wire

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