nearvideo buttigieg enters 2020 race with a jab at the “Make America Great Again”
President Trump 2020 senior campaign advisor and daughter-in-law, Lara Trump reacted to presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, asking the President to release his tax returns Monday in a Fox News town hall and took aim at newly-declared presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg.
“Oh, my God. We said again at the tax returns,” Trump, on “The story with Martha MacCallum.”
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“Hey, President Trump, my wife and I have just the 10 years. Please do the same. Let the American people know,” Sanders said on Fox News.
Lara Trump dismissed the call, saying that voters were not to be affected with the Problem in 2016.
“He is not yet free, his tax Declaration. The people in 2016 this country is not taking care of you. I don’t think you can take care of it now,” she said.
Lara Trump also Buttigieg, the rising Democrat and mayor of South Bend, Indiana, which jumped officially in the presidential attacked race last weekend.
“How awful, that a presidential candidate, someone that wants to run our country, not talking, makes America great. I don’t actually understand the strategy, that” Trump Martha MacCallum said.
Trump responded to Buttigieg’s speech Sunday, where he is on the President to “Make America Great Again” slogan.
“And that’s why I’m here today. To tell a different story than ‘Make America Great Again,'” Buttigieg said Sunday.
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“There is a myth that is sold to industrial and rural communities: the myth that we stop the clock and turn back.”
“I whole-heartedly agree with everything he said, and not to say especially, again, as someone who wants to be the President of our country, that he want it to be big, “Make America Great’ is a myth. It is a myth is not, if it works, it works, and it is said every single day,” Trump.
Fox News’ Martha MacCallum contributed to this report.