Former ESPN Host Tears Into Trump For ‘Attempting To Promote Me An America That Does not Exist’ – The Boston Courier


Sports pundit Colin Cowherd, who predicted a “red wave” on the 2022 midterms and accused Democrats of maliciously retaining youngsters out of college through the pandemic, not believes former President Donald Trump is operating a cogent marketing campaign.

Cowherd declared as a lot after Trump was convicted Thursday of 34 felonies in a historic verdict.

“He’s trying to sell me an America that doesn’t exist,” Cowherd mentioned Thursday on his podcast. “I live in a nice neighborhood in L.A. and it’s not … one of those swanky neighborhoods, but I don’t see crime. I’m not stumbling over homeless people.”

“Dodger Stadium’s full, leads Major League Baseball in attendance,” he continued. “Laker games are full. People have money in their pocket.”

Cowherd argued that the image of “skyrocketing” crime charges Trump typically evokes on the marketing campaign path is nonexistent — and that violent crimes charges have “plummeted coast to coast” since 2023.

The previous president responded to Thursday’s verdict by accusing the justice system of being “rigged.” Cowherd mentioned he thinks Trump, who he referred to as a “con-artist,” is now stoking growing disillusionment amongst his supporters.

“Donald Trump is now a felon,” Cowherd mentioned. “His campaign chairman was a felon. So is his deputy campaign manager, his personal lawyer, his chief strategist, his national security adviser, his trade advisor, his foreign policy advisor … they’re all felons.”

The listing of Trump’s former workforce members who’ve been convicted of against the law is expansive. Amongst them: Trump’s former marketing campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, and former marketing campaign vice chairman, Rick Gates; his former fixer, Michael Cohen; his former chief strategist, Steve Bannon; his former nationwide safety advisor, Michael Flynn; his former commerce advisor, Peter Navarro; and his former overseas coverage adviser, George Papadopoulos.

Trump decried his responsible verdict as “rigged.”

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“If everybody in your social circle is a felon, I don’t think it’s ‘rigged,’” Cowherd added. “I don’t think the world’s against you. And to get people to agree on anything, 34 counts? Zero for 34? That’s a batting slump even the New York Mets could be impressed with.”

Cowherd preempted the notion that, as a financially profitable pundit, he’s politically out of contact.

“The America I live in is imperfect,” he mentioned. “But compared to the rest of the world, I think we’re doing OK.”

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