Now that Jindal is out, Trump thinks he’s a "nice guy"

Bobby Jindal and Donald Trump (AP)

Bobby Jindal and Donald Trump (AP)

Maybe Donald Trump and Bobby Jindal can be (almost) friends now that a Louisiana administrator has motionless to exit a GOP presidential race

“He was a small nasty with me though we consider eventually was really good and he tried. He attempted really hard,” Trump pronounced about Jindal on Fox Friends. “I consider he’s a good guy. we consider he’s a good man.”

Kind difference given how Jindal went after a billionaire businessman during a campaign, many particularly in a Sept. 10 speech

In a speech, Jindal called Trump “shallow,” “a narcissist,” and “an egomaniac (who) lacks a egghead oddity to even learn.”

Jindal went on: “Now we are flirting with nominating a non-serious, unstable, substance-free candidate. The stupid summer deteriorate is over. It’s time to get critical about saving a country. It’s time to send Donald Trump behind to existence TV.”

After a speech, Trump coldly tweeted that he hardly even knew who Jindal was.

…. we usually respond to people that register some-more than 1% in a polls. we never suspicion he had a possibility and I’ve been proven right.

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 10, 2015

Jindal bent out Tuesday, observant it was “not my time.” The two-term administrator was stranded in the low singular digits in many polls, never making it to a prime-time theatre of any of a Republican presidential debates.

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