The Roy Moore-connected attorney criticized President Trump’s recent decisions.
Win Johnson, an attorney with Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore’s foundation, attacked President Trump in Facebook comments on Thursday.
“With the president’s waffling decision on DACA, his deal with Dems Pelosi & Schumer, & his back-tracking on the wall, Judge Moore is more Trumpish than Trump. So is Luther [Strange] – in word, but we can’t believe him,” Johnson wrote in a comment.
After another user called out Johnson’s anti-Trump rhetoric, Johnson said that the president would not achieve his promises:
This morning the President said that we’re making renovations to parts of the wall that are already on the border but we’ll fund the wall later. After making a deal with Pelosi & Schumer on debt ceiling because of obstruction from the Republican leadership, he should know that later will never happen unless Congress is forced to accept a wall. In this Congress, Later means Never. Remember “Mexico is going to pay for the wall?” Later means back-tracking after such strong campaign language.
Johnson has deep ties to Moore, working for the Moore-founded Foundation for Moral Law, and previously working for Moore as an attorney. Johnson also served as Roy Moore’s legal director of Administrative Office of Courts during Moore’s time on the Alabama Supreme Court, according to AL.com.
According to an 2004 editorial in The Anniston Star, Moore supported Johnson as a candidate for the Civil Appeals Court.
Trump has endorsed Moore’s opponent, and it appears that Moore and his friends are none too happy with the president’s decision.
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