Trump Loses One Big Supporter: Brunson Says He’s ‘An Orange Idiot’

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Oct/15/2017

Life long Republican and one time Donald Trump supporter Doyle Brunson tweeted his apparent disgust with the US President Saturday evening.

They say Trump is only 30% to finish this 1st term. Who would be President if the orange idiot goes down. Pence? I'm for that!!

The takeaway here is that the elder poker pro will support Vice President Mike Pence should he assume the Presidency in case Trump resigns or is impeached.

One follower of Brunson tweeted:

Nah, Pence isn't even 1/2 as entertaining as the first kool-aid head president

Another tweeted:

You're for the guy who implemented a "medical" program to convert gays!?!?

Other followers were quick to point out that Brunson was willing to bet Trump would finish his first term.

One tweeted:

Remember when Doyle wanted to give us odds Trump would finish his 1st term?

To which another responded:

I was so tempted to dig that up when I saw this. Looks like Doyle has been "woke." I wish I could have pulled the trigger on the bet.

And then this:

Holy shit. That was only 3 months ago. It feels like much longer. Well, he came around quick.

- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

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