Televangelist Pat Robertson changed his tune Monday about President Donald Trump, weeks after calling on God to intervene and tilt the 2020 US election in Trump’s favor.
On “The 700 Club,” Robertson delivered a monologue in which he challenged the president on a personal and political level.
“I think it’s all over — I think the Electoral College has spoken,” Robertson said. “And I don’t think the Biden corruption has been fully brought to fruition.”
“You know, with all his talent and the ability to be able to raise money and grow large crowds, the president still lives in an alternate reality,” Robertson added.
“He had the biggest crowd on Inauguration Day,” Robertson said, referring to the false claim that became one of the earliest talking points of Trump’s presidency. “He had more people than ever. He was the most popular of people — he saved NBC with ‘The Apprentice.’ You go down the line of things that really aren’t true.”
Robertson added, “And so, it’s a mixed bag,” he said. “And I think it would be well to say, ‘You’ve had your day and it’s time to move on.'”