Now that Donald Trump is the GOP's only option, we're hearing a lot of Republicans talking sh*t about their own nominee.
And probably the best outburst against the controversial candidate happened on CNN Wednesday. During AC360, Anderson Cooper was speaking with Liz Mair, a Republican consultant who has worked with politicians like Senator Rand Paul and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker.
During the live broadcast, Miz Mair made it very clear that, while she understands what Mr. Trump is doing, she doesn't quite get it.
The strategist — who is now teaming up with Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, even went so far as to call the Apprentice alum a "d*ck" on national television, saying:
"His message is being a loud-mouthed d*ck, basically, and going out there and offending people and then engaging in a bunch of airing of grievances. That's what he does. He doesn't have another message. He doesn't have anything else that he really wants to convey."
She also compared his election efforts to a "suicide mission," adding:
"We're going to continue to see the Republican nominee basically acting as if he's on a suicide mission, and aiming to take the whole rest of the party down with him."
And Liz explained that it's impossible for the party to reason with the reality star, who has been causing quite the controversy throughout his campaign:
"It's amazing to me that anybody's still having a discussion about having some sort of an intervention or bringing him back on message. The Republican Party has a message, but it's not his message and he has no interest in carrying it."
After her expletive-laced appearance, the consultant took to Twitter to confess she meant every word, writing:
In the since-deleted posts, the reality star exclaimed that the many shootings in which officers kill unarmed black men have "nothing to do with race," and even included the "all lives matter" hashtag.