Ex-Trump adviser ‘uninvited’ to speaking event after slamming Barbara Bush

Love him, hate him, or totally indifferent concerning him, former adviser to President Trump, Roger Stone is in some deep kimchee.

Initially invited to speak before the Okaloosa (Florida) Republican Executive Committee, Stone has found himself “uninvited” by the same GOP group as reported by USA Today.

While appearing in an interview with the conspiracy-friendly Alex Jones, Stone shared some less-than-complimentary opinions in regards to the late Barbara Bush;

“I understand I’m going to take a lot of crap for speaking the truth about Barbara Bush,” Stone said in an interview with InfoWars host Alex Jones. “She was a mean-spirited, vindictive drunk. She is ascending into hell right now. She’s not going to heaven. She was a bad person.”

Stone also reportedly wrote on Instagram that “Barbara Bush drank so much booze, if they cremated her … her body would burn for three days.”

Stone was slated to be the keynote speaker for the group’s Lincoln Reagan Day Dinner on May 12, but chairman Mark Franks said that in light of his comments, he “ended our contract” with Stone.

President Trump fired Stone during the 2016 campaign for Stone’s unprofessional behavior.  As the president was quoted by the Washington Post;

“I really don’t want publicity seekers who want to be on magazines or who are out for themselves. This campaign is not about them. It’s about victory and making America great again.”