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REMINDER: Sununu Is “The State’s Smallest and Most Pitiful Man” For Caving To Trump

“Sununu should listen to his constituents, smell the coffee, and throw his full support to Joe Biden and the cause of democracy over autocracy” 


Chris Sununu at St. Anselm’s College this morning once again doubled down on his support for Donald Trump — despite Granite Staters slamming him for it. Granite Staters in every corner of the state are making clear that Sununu’s disastrous ABC News interview is not in the rearview mirror for the “embarrassment to the state of New Hampshire.” Granite Staters echo the editorial boards of the Union Leader and Valley News in blasting Chris Sununu for now backing Trump, calling him out for “frantically run[ning] back and forth like a panicked rat, finally jumping aboard the sinking ship.”


Trump currently faces 91 criminal indictments. He continues to attack our democracy, economy, and fundamental freedoms, including with his plans to ban abortion nationwide, criminalizing doctors and threatening women’s critical health care.


Read more about how Sununu is an “embarrassment to New Hampshire” for supporting Trump: 


Union Leader: Governor flip flops


[Malcolm Odell, 4/24/24]


As a New Hampshire governor, Sununu should listen to his constituents, smell the coffee, and throw his full support to Joe Biden and the cause of democracy over autocracy.


The Conway Daily Sun: Sununu Surrenders 


[Quddus Snyder, 4/26/24]


New Hampshire’s Gov. Chris Sununu is quite possibly the state’s smallest and most pitiful man. [...]


The MAGA ship of fools will sink, I pray. Strange that Sununu’s great public act was to frantically run back and forth like a panicked rat, finally jumping aboard the sinking ship. It’s all so very unbelievable, vicious and horrible, as Trump would say.



[Michael Leafe, 4/25/24]


So Gov. Chris Sununu supports Donald Trump even though he incited a riot that threatened to overthrow our government, then watched the mayhem without doing a thing to put an end to it.


We saw and heard this. It was detailed by the bipartisan Jan. 6 committee. It’s now a charge brought by the Department of Justice. I ask, is there a line for Trump to have crossed where he would no longer earn this endorsement?



[Judith Ackerson, 4/25/24]


You have no credibility to speak for the “average people” of this state or country.


In your interview on ABC, George Stephanopoulos nailed you for the hypocrite you are. You are an embarrassment to the State of New Hampshire.



[Peter Osiecki, 4/23/24] 


It exposed who [Sununu] is and where his post-term local and national influence will end and, where his moral compass points. 



[J.C. Schroeder, 4/23/24] 


His about-face − from his enthusiastic (almost giddy) support of Nikki Haley and full-throated criticism of Trump, to his uncomfortably flippant comments on Sunday, endorsing Trump once again − has many of us Granite Staters feeling that he can’t vacate the governorship fast enough!

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