A list of the 10 most evil people in America today, as reported by Vice News:1.
Donald Trump: The Republican presidential candidate has become the poster child for evil in America.
He has spent his entire adult life preaching to the millions of people living in poverty and fear, preaching that the government is on their backs, that people have nothing to lose and that there is nothing wrong with their lives.
But he has become something of a prophet of his own.
Trump, whose wife and children have been subject to a decades-long investigation by the FBI into his ties to Russia, has repeatedly said that the probe is a witch hunt, a conspiracy against the American people, and a false flag operation.
He told an audience in September: “They are not going to like what I say.”
He also said, “The FBI is out to get me, they are out to do a witch-hunt, they’re out to destroy my life, my family, my reputation.
They’re trying to ruin my life.
They are out for my life.”2.
Rick Perry: The former Texas governor has become one of the most hated figures in America, despite being stripped of his governorship after being caught up in a scandal involving the sexual harassment of women.
Perry was one of Trump’s first Cabinet members, and served as his top economic adviser.
But Perry has been indicted by federal prosecutors on multiple counts, including wire fraud and fraud against the United States.
Perry’s wife, Kim, was indicted for failing to report $4.5 million in income from a personal consulting business, and was released on $5 million bail.3.
George W. Bush: The ex-president has been in office for nine years and is now the most unpopular former president in history, according to a recent CNN/ORC poll.
According to the poll, 72 percent of Americans say Bush has done more harm to the country than good, and 43 percent say he is worse than a traitor.4.
Joe Biden: The vice president is the most disliked politician in America; according to CNN/Opinion Dynamics polls, he is the second most unpopular politician in the world.
The poll found that a majority of Americans (57 percent) do not trust Biden to do the right thing for the country, and 37 percent of voters say they will not support him again in 2020.5.
Hillary Clinton: The Democratic candidate has been the subject of numerous allegations of sexual misconduct, and has admitted that she had inappropriate contact with her staff.
The Clinton campaign has tried to paint Trump as a serial sexual predator.
Clinton has denied that there are any inappropriate sexual encounters, and Trump has dismissed her claims.6.
Rick Santorum: The Pennsylvania senator has been under fire since he announced his candidacy for president in 2016, and he has since apologized for his remarks.
However, his recent comments on the assassination of American ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens, and the murder of an American soldier in Niger have caused him to lose a lot of support among conservative Republicans, and they have been making the rounds in some of his home states.
Santorum has said he believes that Americans need to get rid of the “witches” in government, and that he would appoint judges who are more likely to be loyal to him and his agenda.7.
Chris Christie: The New Jersey governor is one of America’s most hated politicians, with an approval rating of 36 percent.
He was the governor of New Jersey until his election to the Senate in 2010.
In 2016, he was elected to a second term in office, where he has maintained his status as a staunchly conservative governor.
Christie was also the governor who ordered the closure of the Garden State’s only abortion clinic in 2014.
The clinic was shut down in September, and at least 20 women have been murdered there since then.8.
Herman Cain: The South Carolina governor is a former governor of South Carolina and has been a popular conservative figure in the South for years.
In 2017, he told Fox News that people should be able to be born with as many children as they want, and his views have shifted over the years.
He is now an advocate of a strict definition of marriage, and says that women should be allowed to use contraception.9.
Rick Scott: The governor of Florida has been one of President Donald Trump’s most loyal and visible supporters, and in 2018, he declared his intention to run for president.
He and Trump have been embroiled in a political feud for a number of years.
Scott has said that he and Trump had a heated conversation about his plans for the state of Florida during the 2016 presidential campaign, and it came to a head during an Oval Office meeting on December 6, 2016, when Scott said Trump had said he would not support Scott for governor.10.
Mike Huckabee: The Arkansas governor is often portrayed as the most conservative in