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Lara Trump, a senior campaign adviser for her father-in-law of President Trump, told “America’s Newsroom” host, unbothered by a new survey showing Sens. Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and former Vice-President, Joe Biden, in front of trump.
The Fox News survey showed that by 2020, if the elections were held today, Joe Biden would be polling at 49 percent, Bernie Sanders at 46 percent, Elizabeth Warren at 43 per cent, all higher than Donald Trump figures of 38 per cent.
“I say all the time, but none of these people seem like a big threat for me,” Lara Trump said in an interview Friday morning.
They went on to discuss the proof of a successful Trump perceived-presidency, including the increased order numbers and higher GDP reports in the year 2019.
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“He has to show real results,” the President said Trump. “Where are all these other people, even Joe Biden had to do eight years under the Obama administration, a lot of great things for this country and we don’t really have to see,” she continued.
“So we have today, we feel very comfortable, no matter who is the candidate.”
Host Sandra Smith went on Details another Fox News survey, which showed that the most important priority, sought the Democratic voters in relation to the 2020 presidential candidate is to beat you in the position of Donald Trump to be.
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According to Smith, 73 percent of the voters of the importance of the candidate is found to stop the ability to Trump in front of “high ethical standards, records, new ideas.”
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Lara Trump added that she thought that these results were “sad” and credited it to Democrats, still angry over the defeat of Hillary Clinton in 2016.