Candace Owens Dumps Donald Trump for Acting 'Rude' to Her
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The conservative pundit, who previously defended the former POTUS amid his controversies, reveals that following a tense moment, she begins questioning him as a person and his qualification as a leader.

AceShowbiz - Donald Trump has lost one of his vocal supporters. Candace Owens, who previously defended the former POTUS despite his controversies, revealed that she has cut ties with him following an alleged tense moment.

In a new episode of "CANDACE OWENS", the political pundit recalled a meeting with Trump that didn't end well. "I'm telling you this personal story because I think it is something that made me for the first-time question him as a person," Owens shared.

She revealed that Trump was upset with her due to a Daily Beast headline taking her remarks out of context. The said headline read, "Candace Owens: Trump is Pro-Vax Because He's 'Too Old' to Understand the Internet."

"So, you have an individual who's spent years defending you, right, and that individual gave you a completely kind and fair interview," Owens said on her The Daily Wire series. "You said something yourself that your base didn't like. And you somehow transformed that into something that I did wrong."

Blasting the MAGA leader, the conservative figure went on to insinuate that Trump doesn't have what it takes to be a true leader. "That is unacceptable. That is not being a leader. That is not owning things that you did wrong. That's not owning that you misunderstood something about your base. That's not growing. That's not developing," she said.

"In fact, he should have tried to understand why the base was so upset with him," Owens continued. "Which would have led him to the fact that his base is not pro-COVID vaccine. It's that simple. I understood that. I could have told him that. But at that moment, I realize that he's not listening."

She denied calling Trump "too old" and saying that he "could not understand the Internet." She added, "And yet, somehow, he got that information and believed it to be true. Actually, what I was saying was a defense of him so that his supporters would still believe in him."

"Not only was he just mad, by the way, he then during a golf session with some mutual friends of ours had a person next to him who was egging this on, saying this to Trump - and I know this, because again, this is a mutual friend - 'Aren't you mad at Candace? Aren't you mad at Candace? Aren't you mad at Candace? And eventually, he was like, yeah, I'm so mad at Candace,' " she further recalled.

"And this got back to me that he was angry, that he was upset with me. And the next time I saw him, he was quite rude to me. He was actually rude to me," so she divulged.

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