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President Trump’s senior campaign Advisor and daughter-in-law, Lara Trump blasted Democrats on Tuesday, the Democratic presidential contender, after they demanded a change in the Electoral College, and the reshaping of the Supreme Court.
“I think it is very clear that people are still upset on the left-hand side, that your chosen candidate didn’t win, in 2016. You want to find a way to beat you, Donald Trump, because I think, you know, it is incredibly hard to beat, almost impossible, this President said in the 2020 election,” Lara Trump.
Their comments came after a 2020 contender, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., called for the termination of the election Committee.
“My view is that every vote counts. And the way we can do that, what is happening, we can the national vote, and that means get rid of the Electoral College,” Warren said in Mississippi Monday.
Trump said, the talk of amending the Supreme Court is a further sign of panic among the Democrats.
“I think it’s pretty clear that these people are very upset that this President has said two Supreme Court placements now,” Trump in response to the various Democratic candidates, changes in demand, as the judges of the Supreme court are selected.
“And quite probably, if he gets a second term in office, he gets a third. So, I think, to see you’re … panic-mode now, on the Democrat side.”
“I think we need to fix the Supreme court. I think you stole a Supreme Court seat,” Sen. Cory Booker, D-N. J., said on MSNBC on Monday. He seemed to be on President Barack Obama’s late-term nomination of Merrick Garland a Supreme Court seat, a nomination that does not get to hear a confirmation from a Senate then led by a GOP majority.
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I think, to see you’re … panic-mode now, on the Democrat side.
— Lara Trump
Trump believes that many of the candidates are looking for, to save, to beat the democratic nomination to far to the left with your platforms President trump in the General election.
“I really believe, if you look on the field these people are usually very, very far “left”,” Trump said co-presenter Sandra Müller. “You look at people who do not run in some cases on a near-socialist or fully socialist platform, this is something that I think that the average person can get behind.”
Trump also said her father-in-law’s disapproval rating in the case of women, say they do not trust the polling, and that many women are afraid to admit that they support or voted for the President.
“You might not like all of his tweets, which you may not like everything he does, but at the end of the day, I think, you know, that he will keep this country safe and prosperous,” Trump.
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