Business analyst and former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski said he cannot imagine a scenario where he would have stayed on the campaign staff after Donald Trump was elected president.
Lewandowski made the comments on his Facebook page on Friday.
The comments were posted in response to a user who wrote to ask why Lewandowski would have left the campaign had he not been fired for pushing a conspiracy theory that Hillary Clinton was involved in a cover-up of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Lewandowski responded that the person who wrote the post was “a Trump supporter” and said he “can’t see why I would ever have stayed.
He said the campaign was a disaster and the President was doing a terrible job.””
Trump did everything wrong and failed in his stated goal of getting us elected.
The economy was tanking, the world was falling apart, the middle class was collapsing, the economy was collapsing in the last four years, and now he’s trying to pull the country back into a recession,” Lewandowski wrote.
“I have no idea how he could have done so.
He did everything he could to make sure the world’s great economic collapse that was happening and the country was falling down was avoided.
He’s a moron.”
The Trump campaign did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment on the claims.
Trump has been widely criticized for his handling of the economy, including for refusing to release his tax returns for more than a year after his inauguration.
Lewandowksi also said that Trump was a “moron” who should not have been allowed to run the country.
“If you think the Trump campaign was not going to get elected because of his stupidity and incompetence, you were sorely mistaken,” he said.
“It’s no surprise that he would fire people and go after people who are on the right side of the political spectrum.
He had no clue about what he was doing.
He didn’t know that the world around him was turning upside down.
It was the worst possible scenario for America.”
Lewandowski was hired by Trump in March 2016 as his campaign manager.
He was ousted from the campaign in June 2016 when he was caught on tape making anti-Semitic comments and saying that he was a Trump supporter.