Anthony gonzalez| Trump fumbles the ball after Gonzalez retires.

Donald Trump, the previous president, stated, "Good riddance to Anthony."

As a result of his vote to impeach Trump earlier this year, Rep. Anthony Gonzalez chose not to run for reelection on Friday. The former president of the United States took great pleasure in this decision.


Trump said in a statement released by his PAC: "RINO Congressman Anthony Gonzalez, who has poorly represented his district in the Great State of Ohio, has decided to resign. He has suffered a tremendous loss of popularity, of which he had little, since his ill-informed and otherwise very stupid impeachment vote against the sitting President of the United States, me.


Trump has been generous in endorsing dozens of Republican candidates since leaving office, but he has paid particular attention to pursuing those who, in his opinion, have crossed him, such as Gonzalez and Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney.


Gonzalez, 36, is the first of the 10 House Republicans who supported Trump's impeachment to leave Congress. Gonzalez said that the hostility he and his family have experienced from Trump's ardent followers played a part in his decision, which was first reported by The New York Times on Thursday.


The atmosphere in politics is so toxic right now, even inside our party, he declared. "You can fight to the death and prevail in this battle, but will you truly be satisfied? The response is "probably not,"


Although Ohio, like all states, is in the process of redrawing district borders after last year's census, Trump has already endorsed a Republican rival, former White House staffer Max Miller.


"This is no loss for Ohio or our country," Trump said in a statement. "Most importantly, we have a wonderful candidate, Max Miller, who I have given my Complete and Total Endorsement. Gonzalez was greatly trailing Miller in the polls."


One of Ohio's 16 congressional districts is being lost. Gonzalez argued that if he had run, he would have won, but he confessed he might not have been content to stay on as a member of a party that was gradually taking on Trump's likeness.


In response to Trump's jab at Gonzalez, Cheney, whose critiques of Trump cost her the position in House GOP leadership she held, noted that Friday is the yearly observance of the ratification of the U.S. Constitution in 1787.


Cheney posted a message on Twitter that read, "On Constitution Day, Donald Trump's comments against Rep. Anthony Gonzalez reminds us all, once again, that Trump is at war with the Constitution."


Trump repeated his determination to get retribution on Friday after recently endorsing Wyoming attorney Harriet Hageman in his campaign to replace Cheney. the Republicans who supported his second impeachment and voted for it.


He added, "1 down, 9 to go!" in a subsequent remark.


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