Bernie Sanders has slammed President Trump, labelling him as a “racist, sexist, homophobic, and religious zealots.”
In front of President Trump, the kickoff rally for 2020 his re-election campaign Tuesday night, the democratic hopeful Bernie Sanders delivered a scathing personal attack, labelling him as a “racist, sexist, homophobic, and religious zealots.”
Sanders did not hold back during in an interview with MSNBC on Tuesday, when host Andrea Mitchell asked the Vermont Senator on President Trump’s statement that he planned to live-tweet the first democratic debate in the next week.
“Look, he can tweet to tweet what he wants to, but let me just say this,” Sanders said in response. “You have a President who, in spite of what you referred to by its Fans for a moment, is in fact, a pathological liar, he is a racist, he is sexist, he is a homophobe, and he’s a religious zealot.”
Calling Trump a “wrong”, he went on the impeachment of the President of lying to the voters about the realities of his tax policy and budget plans, as they relate to the healthcare industry.
“I suspect that tonight in his speech, he will tell you that he is trying to throw 32 million people from health care, the his last budget called for a trillion and a half dollar cut over 10 years to Medicaid, massive cuts to Medicare, the billions in cuts to social security,” said Sanders.
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Trump is one of his first speech as part of his campaign for re-election on Tuesday night in Orlando, where fans are celebrating food for more than 40 hours. The Trump campaign, hosted a tailgate in preparation for the event, which referred to a staff member, allegedly as a “Trumpchella.”
Only one Republican candidate has announced a presidential candidate to run against Trump: the former Governor of Massachusetts Bill Weld. Weld previously confirmed its support for an investigation into the impeachment of President Trump, and is pro-choice and LGBTQ rights advocates.
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On the other hand, 24 Democrats, have announced that the presidential campaigns, but only 20 participants in the upcoming debate.
Closing his MSNBC interview, Sanders talked about a few of the points that he says he will highlight during his campaign.
“Massive income and wealth inequality, the tens of millions of families are living paycheck to paycheck, these are the questions that I speak to in this campaign, and I think that goes with the problems of the average American understands, are the important questions,” he said.