Chris Hayes Fears What’s To Come From The GOP After Donald Trump

"The problem is not going to go away when Trump does," warned the MSNBC anchor.

Chris Hayes on Tuesday warned that people should not expect the GOP to change much after President Donald Trump leaves office.

It will be more of the same, the host of MSNBC’s “All In” said, because “we are seeing just how deep the rot is inside the Republican Party.”

As Trump “starts to fade from the scene” and his “rhetoric grows more and more desperate and irrelevant, the problem of Trump — the problem he represents — is only coming into clearer focus,” said Hayes.

Trump was “always a product of the GOP base, a person who channeled their most feral instincts in order to gain power,” he said.

“The modern GOP isn’t just detached from reality; much of it is willfully opposed to popular sovereignty and democracy,” Hayes continued. “Many of its leaders are continuing to pursue dangerous delusions that are right now, day after day, hour after hour, indeed minute after minute, getting people killed.”

Hayes highlighted how lawmakers from the top of the party to its fringes have downplayed the threat of the coronavirus pandemic, ignored COVID-19 safety guidelines, and backed Trump’s reality-defying efforts to overturn his 2020 election defeat.

“None of them are Donald Trump,” he said, adding, “The problem is not going to go away when Trump does.”

Check out the segment above.

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