JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon hit Democrats with a brutal truth bomb about Donald Trump and his supporters

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Democrats and their media allies are pushing the phony narrative that Donald Trump and his supporters are a violent “threat to democracy” in America.

But one left-wing CEO disagrees with this approach.

And JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon just hit Democrats with a brutal truth bomb about Donald Trump and his supporters.

As CEO of JPMorgan Chase, Jamie Dimon has been one of the Democrat Party’s biggest allies on Wall Street over the years.

When former President Barack Obama was in office, Dimon made several trips to the White House for meetings with the Democrat President and his advisors.

Of course, Dimon’s bank received loads of taxpayer money from Obama’s TARP bailout of the financial industry.

Dimon is such a prominent figure in Democrat Party circles that President Joe Biden allegedly considered selecting him as his Secretary of the Treasury.

But his ties to the Democrat Party still run deep.

So much so, in fact, Dimon has been pushing his allies in the financial sector to flood RINO Nikki Haley’s campaign with cash during the Republican Presidential Primary – a move that would undoubtedly aide Biden.

“If you’re a very liberal Democrat, I urge you to help Nikki Haley, too,” Dimon said at the Dealbook Summit in November. “Give them a choice on the Republican side that might be better than Trump.”

But in an interview last week with Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo, Dimon shared some advice with Democrats on dealing with Trump and his supporters.

“I wish the Democrats would think a little more carefully when they talk about MAGA,” Dimon said. “You know, and if you travel this country, the country’s unbelievable.”

Dimon then hit Democrats with several truths about Trump that they refuse to admit. 

“If you just take a step back, be honest,” Dimon said about Trump. “He’s kind of right about NATO, kind of right about immigration, he grew the economy quite well, tax reform worked, he was right about some of China.”

Dimon pointed out that he is not a fan of Trump’s rhetoric on the border crisis and illegal immigration but admitted that “he wasn’t wrong about some of these critical issues.”

Instead of insulting Trump and his supporters, Dimon encouraged his fellow Democrats to “be a little more respectful of our fellow citizens.” 

“The Democrats have done a pretty good job with the deplorables hugging onto their Bibles and their beer and their guns,” Dimon continued. “Can we just stop that stuff and actually grow up, and treat other people with respect to listen to a little bit?” 

Dimon has also been sounding the alarm for months about a looming economic recession that would cause hardships for Americans.

President Biden is facing an uphill battle in November.

And Jamie Dimon is putting Democrats on notice that their over-the-top attacks against Trump will ultimately hurt Joe Biden.