On Thursday, Louisiana Gov. and Republican presidential candidate Bobby Jindal decided to take a stab at Donald Trump — a potentially fatal decision, as Jindal is struggling in the polls and Trump, who has a wide lead on all of his competition, has notoriously vowed to punch back at any and all of those who use his name in vain.
Speaking at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., Jindal called Trump an "unserious, unstable, narcissist… an egomaniacal madman who has no principles." He also scoffed at Trump's claims of Christianity, saying, "You may have recently seen that after Trump said the Bible is his favorite book, he couldn't name a single Bible verse or passage that meant something to him. And we all know why, because it's all just a show, and he hasn't ever read the Bible. But you know why he hasn't read the Bible? Because he's not in it."
"It's a mistake to take Trump seriously," Jindal added. "Donald Trump is for Donald Trump."
But then Jindal goes for the kill. "Donald Trump is a narcissist and an egomaniac," he said. "That may sound like a serious charge to make, but it is also something that everyone knows to be true, and he knows it too, and he celebrates it."