Two years ago, she came on her knees begging for Donald Trump’s endorsement.
But then she decided she’d rather party with Liz Cheney and RINOs than keep her word.
So now, Donald Trump just destroyed this RINO congresswoman with one shocking word.
There’s an old saying in politics, and in life, “dance with the one that brung ya’.”
Congresswoman Nancy Mace (R-SC 1) forgot that advice in both parts of her life.
Maybe her ex-husband has forgiven her, but now it looks like the voters who elected her aren’t as forgiving.
And certainly, President Donald Trump hasn’t forgotten her betrayal.
The former President, and leading candidate to be the GOP nominee in 2024 took to the stage in Mace’s backyard during his rally in South Carolina where he launched a blistering attack on Nancy Mace and her good friend and ally Liz Cheney (WY).
Trump said, “In the first congressional district, you have another horrendous RINO known as crazy Nancy Mace,” prompting loud and raucous boos from the crowd. “Two years ago, she begged for my endorsement and then she pledged to be America First.”
“Instead, the first thing Nancy Mace did when she got to Washington was start attacking Republicans and hold a fundraiser for wacky Liz Cheney,” he added.
Speaking over the loudly booing crowd, Trump hit Liz Cheney next for her participation on the January 6 committee, which he denounced as a “witch hunt.”
“Cheney joined the phony narrative about January 6, she voted to hold Steve Bannon in contempt, which was terrible, she’s totally manipulated by raging Never Trumpers and the radical left – Democrats that are poisoning our country. She’s a terrible person and she has no idea what she’s doing.”
President Trump endorsed one of Nancy Mace’s primary challengers, Katie Arrington, back in February, denouncing Nancy Mace at that time as an “absolutely terrible candidate.”
“Katie Arrington is running against an absolutely terrible candidate, Congresswoman Nancy Mace, whose remarks and attitude have been devastating for her community, and not at all representative of the Republican Party to which she has been very disloyal. Katie Arrington, on the other hand, is liked and respected and a true Republican,” Trump stated in February.
After Trump endorsed Arrington, Mace made a complete fool of herself by making a video in front of Trump tower in New York, touting herself as one of the president’s early supporters.
“I remember in 2015 when President Trump announced his run, I was one of his earliest supporters. I actually worked for the campaign in 2016. I worked at seven different states across the country to help get him elected,” Mace whined.
“I supported him again in 2020 because of policies I believed in,” she claimed.
Mace later, in trying to explain why she made the video, said the video was not to be seen as her “groveling” for the former president’s approval, although anyone who saw it noted it was in fact Mace groveling to try and get Trump’s support.
“If you call it groveling, I would say you didn’t watch the video,” she added. “I think it’s important to know what I said, but also what I didn’t say — present tense versus past tense.”
During the South Carolina rally, the former president called out Mace for the Trump Tower video and called her a liar and a loser in classic Trump fashion.
Both Mace and Cheney are facing tough primaries.
Stay tuned to Right News Wire for developments to this ongoing story.