Josh Shapiro Unloads on Trump: ‘Stop Shit-Talking America!’

Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro lit up former President Donald Trump over his “whining” and bad-mouthing of the United States under President Joe Biden.

Shapiro appeared on MSNBC’s Inside, where host Jen Psaki asked about Trump’s conviction on 34 counts of falsifying business records in New York last month.

“It hasn’t been that long since these convictions,” she said. “As you’re talking to voters – and knowing your state as you do – do you think Trump’s convictions [are] going to be an issue?”

“I don’t know how that conviction will ultimately play out,” Shapiro replied before listing what Pennsylvanians care about most “They want good schools for their kids. They want safe communities. They want economic opportunities. And they want their freedoms to be protected. And you know what? I think they want to be led by someone who is honest and decent – someone who’s actually on their side like Joe Biden.”

The governor then turned his attention to the former president:

All they hear from Donald Trump is a whole bunch of whining about this country. And I think Donald Trump’s got to quit whining, go to quit trying to divide us. I mean, consider this, Jen. We’re producing more energy than anyone before in this nation. We have the strongest economy in the world and we are beating China for the first time in decades. More people went to work this morning in America than any other time in our nation’s

So, I got a message to Donald Trump and all of his negativity and whining: stop shit-talking America! This is the greatest country on Earth and it’s time that we all start acting like it. The good people of Pennsylvania understand that this is a great country, understand that we got a whole lot going for us. And not it’s time for us to continue this path of progress that Joe Biden has laid out and not go back to a negative time, not listen to the whining of the former president, and instead, focus on a positive future for all of us.

“Quit your whining,” Psaki echoed. “It’s a good message.”

Watch above via MSNBC.

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