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Scott 'Chachi' Baio: 'I Am Sort Of Done With The Republican Party'

Scott Baio is miffed that republican bigwigs are messing with Trump.
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Oh, noes. Chachi is upset at the Republican party! He says he's finished.

He's upset because there are many establishment Republicans who won't kneel down and kiss Donald Trump's ring.

Actor Scott Baio joined the ladies of Fox News' Outnumbered and made his feelings known about the BIG meeting between Donald and Speaker Paul Ryan.

I captured this video to show you how in awe conservatives are to Hollywood and all their movie and TV stars, even though they deny it.

And by the way, he's very shrill!!!

(Here's the transcript)

"This is why I am sort of done with the Republican party. I am fed up with the way they handle every situation. They can't stop shooting themselves in the foot. Trump is the nominee. Period. You get behind him. If this was the Democrats and it was Hillary or Bernie, it's over.

Everybody is lock step in with that person. But we, we have to make a big event, a big stink out of it. It just, you do this stuff behind closed doors. You don't do this in front of the American people so they can see how un-unified you are.

You are a big shot Paul Ryan. I get it. You don't have to grandstand and try to get Trump to come to you. You gotta go to him. He's the guy now. I hope this puts an end to it. And by the way, I don't think. This is a fine line for Donald Trump, who I think is great, by the way, does he want this endorsement? Because he has been so anti-establishment the whole time here. Does he want to get into bed with these people?

I don't know. He's a smarter guy than I so he'll make the decision. Just cut the crap and get behind the guy."


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