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Gutfeld: Trump’s Wisconsin Statement Was ‘Nothing Is Ever His Fault,’ He Acts Like Trojan Horse

Fox News Channel host Greg Gutfeld criticized Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s “weird, angry” statement in reaction to the Wisconsin primary for saying that “nothing is ever his fault” and argued that “a Trojan horse is someone who acts one way to get in, and then acts another way after, like telling people you’ll deport millions, and then winking at the press” on Wednesday’s broadcast of “The Five.”

Gutfeld said, “So how did Trump lose this bad? The same reason he’s been doing so good. It took someone as bullheaded as Trump to smash the PC culture, make valid points, and reach millions. But it’s the same bullheadedness that’s resisting a change in the course. Trump has earned the loyalty of many, but he’s squandering it, making them think they might remove that tattoo before the ink dries. He keeps making supporters scramble, explain, and backtrack. Again, has there ever been a candidate who needs so many volunteer spokesmen? And as brilliant a marketer [as] he is, he really misread how to scale his product beyond a narrow target market. Ignoring the guardrails of criticism, he’s surrounded by those who only nod. Too many yes men ends in a sound no from everyone else.”

Gutfeld then turned to Trump’s reaction to losing is Wisconsin, stating, “Rather than say something humble, gracious, and funny, he release a weird, angry statement. Its message, nothing is ever his fault. And he calls Cruz a Trojan horse, but a Trojan horse is someone who acts one way to get in, and then acts another way after, like telling people you’ll deport millions, and then winking at the press. His reactions are impulsive, and it foretold what would happen when the race narrowed, it gets old. But Wisconsin isn’t the end, and it could be a new beginning for trump. Right now, old Trump can’t win the general, but maybe new Trump can. He’ll need help, and not from the usual suspects.”

Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett

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