Anti-Trump RINO Senator Jeff Flake recently announced his retirement.

But before he left, Flake took to the Senate floor and smeared Trump with a speech filled with lies and personal attacks.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked to respond and she shut down Flake with three words.

Flake retired in the face of poll numbers that showed him losing badly to pro-Trump primary challenger Kelli Ward.

Flake – who wrote a book attacking Trump after refusing to endorse him in 2016 and working to elect Hillary Clinton – was the liberal media’s favorite Republican.

He lied on the campaign trail about being a conservative and consistently voted with the establishment to stick it to the working men and women of America.

Flake’s support for amnesty, open borders, trade deals and a globalist foreign policy finally caught up with him when he picked a fight with Trump over these issues.

Flake took to the Senate floor to rip Trump and fling garbage against the walls before storming out.

Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked to respond to the news of Flake leaving.

She shut down his temper tantrum with three words by saying it was “a good move” for him to retire.

The Washington Examiner reports:

“White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said the decision by Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake to not seek re-election in 2018 is “probably a good move.”

Sanders was asked if President Trump had any reaction to Flake’s decision to retire rather than run in 2018 and said she hadn’t spoken to Trump about it.

“I haven’t spoken with him directly since the announcement by Sen. Flake,” Sanders said, “but I think that based on previous statements and certainly based on the lack of support that he has from the people of Arizona, it’s probably a good move.”

Flake is the second anti-Trump RINO to quit in the face of a pro-Trump primary challenger.

Tennessee’s Bob Corker was the other establishment Republican to tuck tail and get out of dodge before being squashed in a primary.

Are you glad to see these anti-Trump RINOs fleeing Congress?

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