‘Apathy and cynicism’ as Trump calls for ‘unity’ amid crisis

The president’s latest attack on Democrats is “Apathy.”

He said Democrats are “trying to hide behind fake unity” and “try to make excuses” for their failure.

The White House says the president is “calling for unity” but has been calling for unity for months.

“We don’t want to see a division in this country,” he said at the White House press briefing.

“But we have to come together and work together.”

He also took a swipe at Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., the vice president’s running mate, saying the “party of Lincoln” is “a party of envy.”

The president called the Democratic nominee “unfit” to serve as vice president.

“The reason he’s not running is because he’s a loser.

He’s a failure.

He has no business running.

And I think you’ve seen it,” he continued.

“It’s not that he’s the kind of person you like.

I don’t like him.

I think he has no clue what he’s talking about. “

I think he’s unqualified for the office.

I think he has no clue what he’s talking about.

And it’s not just Hillary Clinton, it’s all the Democrats in Congress.

They’re all the people I would never nominate to be vice president.”

Trump also slammed the Democrats’ “unity” as “totally artificial” and suggested they “go away.”

“We have unity.

I mean, you know, there’s a lot of unity in this nation, and it’s been for many years,” Trump said.

“You’ve got the Democrats.

That’s all phony. “

And they’re trying to hide their real identity behind fake unified unity and fake unity.

That’s all phony.

We don’t have unity in the United Kingdom.

We have unity with the Democrats.”

The Republican president went on to say the “unity is fake” when it comes to immigration and “we have unity on the economy.”

He then took aim at Democrats who he called “fake” and said they “want to be a puppet of the special interests.”

He has previously suggested he would be willing to compromise with Democrats.

“If they want to go with the Democratic Party, we’ll be good with them,” he told the Des Moines Register on Nov. 10.

“So they’re not going to be like Democrats, they’re going to have to be fake Democrats, right?

And I know they want that.”

The White asembly held its first meeting in more than a year and Trump’s remarks come at a time when Democrats are feeling the brunt of his criticism, with a wave of criticism on social media.

Democrats are calling for a debate on immigration reform, which Trump has called for and which many in the party see as a possible path to the November election.

The president also took aim Thursday at the Democratic National Committee, which he said is “the most dishonest organization in politics.”

“This is the Democratic party, and they’re very dishonest, very dishonest,” he warned.

“They’re not honest.

And they don’t care.

They don’t give a damn.

They know they have their way, and that’s their way.

But that’s what’s happening. “

Now, when I say, ‘The Democrats,’ I mean the Democrats, that’s not me, and I won’t be the one to say that.

But that’s what’s happening.

And you know what?

You can call it whatever you want.

But you can call me out on it.”

“But the Democrats are not honest, they don-t care about people,” Trump continued.

He also criticized the DNC and its chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D., calling her “the one who should be fired” for “being so dishonest.”