One of the most outspoken critics of the Trump administration so far has come not from a member of the American “Resistance,” but from another country entirely.
Former Mexican President Vicente Fox has not been one to mince words when it comes to President Donald Trump and his policy debacles.
Following Trump’s dismissal of recently appointed White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci on Monday, Fox took to Twitter again to troll his favorite target.
Hey Trump, I'm watching this really bad reality TV show with low ratings called Survivor White House. I can't change the channel. Sad!
— Vicente Fox Quesada (@VicenteFoxQue) July 31, 2017
Mimicking Trump’s frequent refrain of “Sad!” Fox called out Trump’s dwindling cast of appointees and officials still in office, comparing it to popular reality television show “Survivor.” He could also be making a reference to Trump’s role as the central figure of “The Apprentice.”
In recent months, Fox has also targeted Trump and the GOP for their healthcare follies, immigration policy and attempted travel bans. Here are a few of his rebuttals to the Trump administration.
3 republicans put an end to trumpcare, common sense won. @realDonaldTrump what's left for you to offer? Your words are falling apart.
— Vicente Fox Quesada (@VicenteFoxQue) July 29, 2017
.@realDonaldTrump practically pushed out one of his most loyal person for one of his defenders on TV. That's how he works, America, WAKE UP!
— Vicente Fox Quesada (@VicenteFoxQue) July 21, 2017
— Vicente Fox Quesada (@VicenteFoxQue) January 25, 2017
— Vicente Fox Quesada (@VicenteFoxQue) May 18, 2017
Trump you came to Mexico derailed government and President Peño..you lied and betrayed Pena. We need a WALL so you don't come back.
— Vicente Fox Quesada (@VicenteFoxQue) September 8, 2016
.@realDonaldTrump, a 100 days! Being President ain't easy, you know? You're tired, just leave, go back to golfing. America will understand.
— Vicente Fox Quesada (@VicenteFoxQue) April 28, 2017
In one Twitter video, Fox went off on Trump regarding the latter’s persistence that his administration will build a border wall with Mexico, for which Mexico will foot the bill.
Fox was president of Mexico from 2000 to 2006.