Walsh, a 2020 GOP presidential hopeful, slammed Trump's alleged request for election help from Ukraine.
Anti-Trump Republicans watch in disbelief as Trump’s party asserts that Ukrainian phone call memo shows he did nothing wrong.
"Warriors stand and fight for what they believe," wrote three of the president's Republican challengers.
"I’m not looking to give them any credibility," the president told reporters of his fellow Republicans Mark Sanford, Joe Walsh and Bill Weld.
The host called the idea of Trump lying “nonsense” and argued that the president only “exaggerates and spins.”
The GOP presidential hopeful and former congressman has a long history of racism, including claiming Obama was Muslim and using a racist slur in tweets.
"He’s nuts. He’s erratic. He’s cruel," former Rep. Joe Walsh said of the president. "He doesn’t give a damn about America.”
After years of repeating some of Trump's most bigoted claims, the former legislator now says the president is a "racial arsonist who encourages bigotry."
The conservative talk-show host may announce his bid for the presidency as early as this weekend, according to reports.
The former Illinois representative urges a new primary challenge for the "reckless" and "incompetent" president.
The U.K. comedian plays a character who developed a training program for toddlers to use guns.
"You know you can Google this s**t, right?" one person asked.
Captain America to the rescue!
Twitter couldn't help but remind the former congressman about his "deadbeat dad" status.