Bill Maher tired of 'Trump will be a dictator' warnings from the left

 May 20, 2024

One of the tired, repeated attack lines Trump's critics are using against him ahead of the November election is that if he wins, he'll be nothing less than an evil "dictator."

According to Fox News, liberal comedian Bill Maher is no longer impressed with the silly warning, saying recently that it "bores him."

In a recent interview with the New York Times' Maureen Dowd, Maher said that he already spent far too much time worrying about Trump, stating he won't be that way this time around if Trump wins in November.

"When people come up to me and say, ‘What are we going to do?’ I’m like, ‘It doesn’t look to me like the world is just falling apart. Maybe it will tomorrow,’" he told Dowd.

Maher added, "Look, I lost my nervous system under Trump once. I’m not doing it again. When he blows up the world, wake me. I can’t put my nervous system on the line every day for every stupid tweet and every bonehead thing he does."

Maher offered his opinion on what he thinks about suggestions that America is headed toward some kind of modern civil war scenario.

"We have to see each other not as mortal enemies," but "merely as roommates from hell," Maher said.

Maher, not a fan of Trump or Biden, made clear that he believes Biden and his campaign only accepted the debate invitation against Trump because he's currently losing to the former president in the polls, badly.

"To me it says Biden knows he's losing because otherwise he wouldn't have agreed," Maher said. "Only the loser wants to debate."

Maher also insisted that the current president has way more to prove in the upcoming debates than Trump, given that Trump is a "known commodity."

"Trump is a known commodity. They know he's gonna be an a--h--e. He's gonna be lurking and growling and not obeying the rules and everything else. But Biden, they want to see proof of life," Maher said.

Trump and Biden are scheduled for two debates -- one in June and the other in September. The Biden campaign recently rejected the invitation for a third debate from NBC/Telemundo.

Many believe Biden's handlers will find an excuse to pull the elderly president from even making the first debate. Only time will tell.