U.S. Senator Ben Sasse Reads Mean Tweets From Trump Supporters

Posted by Independent Journal - Review on Thursday, February 18, 2016

Sen. Ben SasseBenjamin (Ben) Eric SasseThe 14 GOP senators who voted against Trump’s immigration framework GOP senator on indictments: 'Mueller just put Moscow on notice' Prison sentencing bill advances over Sessions objections MORE (R-Neb.) in a new video recites the litany of insults he has received on Twitter for criticizing GOP presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpAccuser says Trump should be afraid of the truth Woman behind pro-Trump Facebook page denies being influenced by Russians Shulkin says he has White House approval to root out 'subversion' at VA MORE.

“I’m Ben Sasse, I’m a United States senator from Nebraska and I’m not totally convinced that Donald Trump would be the best president in all of history,” he says in the Independent Journal Review clip released Thursday.

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“Ben Sasse is a joke looking for a punchline,” Sasse reads. "What a maroon!

“Sen. Sasse, you’re a douche bag,” he continues. "When Trump [becomes] president, your days are numbered.

“Why does [the] media allow biblical donkey hole Ben Sasse to continue trolling Trump?” the GOP lawmaker adds.

“Shut up loser Sasse. How much you get for votes so far this year deadbeat? Nobody believes anything you say.”

Sasse, who sports a University of Nebraska windbreaker in the clip, takes the cyber bullying from Trump supporters in stride.

“Can anyone believe this bozo is a U.S. senator?” Sasse reads.

“My brother asks me that every week,” he responds.

“Is Ben Sasse saying ‘oats’ or ‘odes’ with his overbite, buck-toothed self?” he recites, breaking down in chuckles at the put-down.

Sasse at one point reads a user’s posts that simply derides him as a “troll” multiple times. Another one accuses him of being a “RINO,” or “Republican in name only.”

The freshman senator voiced doubts about Trump’s fitness for the Oval Office on Twitter late last month, sparking a backlash.

Sasse prodded the billionaire about issues including his past marital infidelities, warm words for single-payer healthcare and remarks suggesting praise for higher taxes and gun control.