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CONCORD, N. H. – Former Rep. John Delaney worries that some of his rivals for the presidential nomination move to far to the left.
“They have put forward ideas that make sense,” the Maryland Democrat told reporters on Thursday, as he sat down for an interview during a jam-packed two-day tour through the state that holds the race in the first primary in the White house.
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Delaney charged that many of the other 2020 presidential candidates “run on things that are not real solutions.”
Among the proposals, he pointed out, was the Green New Deal, the wide plan popular, the combat with the Democratic party of the progressive base, which wants to transform the country’s economy to climate change during the adoption of a series of new health and social programs.
“If you say that the way I’m going to have to deal with the climate change is by binding it to the universal basic income, or by tying it to universal health care, you are basically saying that you’re going to do anything on climate change,” he argued.
Instead, Delaney is pushing his own plan to reduce carbon, which, he said, they enjoyed the support of both parties when he led it during his tenure in Congress.
Delaney expressed concerned some of the proposals, pushed by his rival, President Trump and fellow Republicans ammunition and “could take us on a path where we are not competitive against the President” in next year’s Federal election.
“Democrats are going to recognize that this election in 2020 should start thinking about the Art of throwing the entire model out of the country, out of the window, and from the front. This feels like a very hard race to win,” he said.
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The former congressmen argued that the Democrats won back the house of representatives in the 2018 midterms, because “they are not as extreme candidates. And in many ways, the United States of America is a giant purple district. The country is a competitive country. And so the classes of 2018 is supposed to be the, for us, obviously. To do if we want to flip a competitive district or a competitive country, we have a more moderate solutions-oriented candidate.”
Delaney paints — who touts his working-class upbringing, his success in the business world as the youngest CEO of the New York Stock Exchange, and its willingness to cooperate with the Republicans during his years on Capitol Hill — himself as a moderate, you can the country to unify.
And the candidate announced that his long-shot White house said the bid was way back in the summer of 2017, the plan is to “stick to my message. Not to get caught in this onslaught of the left and of socialism and all this stuff.”
He also drew attention to the summary of the findings of Special Counsel Robert Müller Russia’s investigative report.
“The Miller report was to change a game. I don’t think most Democrats really want to confirm that, but it was. You combine that with a good economy and you have a situation where unless you make what I call a ‘big tent’ Democrat, someone who could actually win the center, then we are in the handover to [Trump’s] a pretty good hand.”
Müller is almost two years long investigation that the members of trump card in the 2016 presidential conspired campaign, or interfere in coordination with the Russian government, in the choice in favor of Trump and at the expense of the Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
Muller ‘ s long-awaited findings also did not take a clear position on whether Trump obstructed justice, not conclusions, that the President committed a crime, but also not exonerating the trump card.
Attorney General William Barr and Deputy attorney Rod Rosenstein on Sunday, not closed, though, that Müller’s evidence s report sufficient to determine that Trump committed obstruction of justice.