FORMER president Donald Trump hit out at 'lightweight' Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson for allegedly "supporting the chemical castration of children".
'Asa Hutchinson, the lightweight RINO Governor of Arkansas, just vetoed a Bill that banned the CHEMICAL CASTRATION OF CHILDREN,' Trump said in a statement.
The Save America emails have "President Donald J Trump" in the header and the top line reads: "Statement by Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America."
''Bye-bye Asa,' that's the end of him!" he wrote under his letterhead from his Save America political action committee.
The 74-year-old said Hutchinson's career was over ad even endorsed his former press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, in the statement.
"Fortunately for the Great State of Arkansas, Sarah Huckabee Sanders will do a fantastic job as your next Governor!" Trump wrote.
He branded Hutchinson as a 'RINO' – which stands for "Republican in Name Only and has become a popular slur among lawmakers.
Hutchinson is in his second term, and the state of Arkansas has a two-term limit on governors.
Arkansas House and Senate, an overwhelmingly Republican state, will be the first state to offer treatment to transgender minors.
Treatment is said to include hormone treatment that could delay, stunt or in some cases stop puberty.
On Monday, he vetoed the legislation and called it a "vast government outreach".
The House voted 71 to 24 on Tuesday to override the veto, followed shortly thereafter by the Senate, 25 to eight – even though only a simple majority was needed in each chamber.
Trump also sent another statement from his Save America PAC on Thursday endorsing Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul in his reelection.
"He fights against the Swamp in Washington, the Radical Left Liberals, and especially the destructive RINOS, of which there are far too many, in Congress,' Trump said of Paul in his statement.
"Rand will continue to stand up for our great AMERICA FIRST policies because he believes in stopping wasteful spending, defending our Second Amendment rights, and taking care of our Military and our Vets," Trump continued.
"He has my Complete and Total Endorsement for another term in the U.S. Senate."
After Trump was banned from Twitter following the January 6 Capitol attack, he is using his statements through his PAC and former president's office to get his thoughts out.
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