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Boehner Says Apart From Foreign Policy, Trump Has Been ‘A Complete Disaster’

John Boehner neatly criticized Donald Trump’s presidency this week, and pronounced he doesn’t consider a Affordable Care Act will be repealed and replaced.

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John Boehner neatly criticized Donald Trump’s presidency this week, and pronounced he doesn’t consider a Affordable Care Act will be repealed and replaced.

J. Scott Applewhite/AP

Everything President Trump has finished in office, detached from general affairs and unfamiliar policy, has been a “complete disaster,” says former House Speaker John Boehner.

Boehner was vocalization during an appetite discussion Wednesday, and praised a president’s eagerness to dedicate some-more resources to fight ISIS.

“Everything else he’s finished [in office] has been a finish disaster,” Boehner said. “He’s still training how to be president.”

The comments were finished during a QA lunch event, and were initial reported by Rigzone, an appetite trade publication. Boehner, who quiescent from a House in Oct 2015, spoke for about an hour and a orator for a former orator reliable a comments to NPR on Friday.

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The Ohio Republican combined that he “never envisioned” Trump as president, via their 15 years as friends and golf buddies.

In courtesy to policy, Boehner pronounced he’s “60/40” on either Trump will be means to get taxation remodel finished and he thinks a boss “did what he could” on health care. He said, however, that a repeal-and-replacement of a Affordable Care Act is “not going to happen.”

“Republicans never ever determine on health care,” he said.

Boehner faced hurdles heading a GOP-controlled reduce cover in 2015, as a some-more regressive Republican members of a House became generally payable with him.

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Wednesday’s comments weren’t his initial digs given withdrawal office. Last year, he called Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, “Lucifer in a flesh.”

Boehner pronounced he’s happier now given he left Congress and combined that he has no enterprise to run for president.

“I splash red wine. we fume cigarettes. we golf. we cut my possess grass. we iron my possess clothes,” he said. “And I’m not peaceful to give all that adult to be president.”