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Democratic presidential candidate Seth Moulton defends call to accuse President Trump.
BRENTWOOD, N. H. – Rep. Seth Moulton of Massachusetts, says he’s “not a quitter.”
But the long-shot for the democratic presidential-approved nomination that, if he won’t set the stage for the third and fourth rounds of the primary debates in September and October, “definitely makes it harder” to continue his White house bid.
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Moulton jumped in the 2020 race at the end of April, after most of the others in the record field of about two dozen White house candidates had their campaigns started. The three-term Congressman was one of only a handful of candidates who do not qualify for the first of two rounds of consultations were held at the end of June and at the end of last month.
Moulton, with a steep climb to reach, the Democratic National Committee’s polling and fundraising thresholds a, for the upcoming debates, said in an interview on Wednesday that “of course, if I go to a point where I just don’t see, erupt, then I would try to find, I think, would be the next best nominee to take on Trump and get behind him or her.”
But he stressed that “the bottom line is that trump card we have to beat. And I don’t think that the party has found out how to do that. In fact, I think this is one of the reasons why there are so many people in this race.”
Moulton, a Marine veteran, served the said four tours of duty in Iraq, “I’m in this race because I believe, it is not the best way to serve the country, because I believe that there is a better candidate on Donald Trump. I think the image of a young war veteran will go up against the man who is a draft dodger on the stage is exactly what we need to win.”
The Congressman downplayed the first two showdowns, which he missed, said: “I think that the summer-are debates on the matter.”
And he added: “I have not heard a lot of people, after the second debate, saying,” gee, I don’t know if we are a good candidate still out there.'”
But he acknowledged that “as we get closer to voting season, since she’s obviously on the debate stage, a big difference.”
Rep. Seth Moulton of Massachusetts, a Democratic presidential candidate, meets with staff of solar power company, Revision energy, to the branches in Brentwood, NH on 7. August 2019
Moulton is not a percent in two new live-operator-post-debate polls this week: a national Quinnipiac University poll a Suffolk University/Boston Globe poll in New Hampshire, the state, is the first presidential primary holds.
“It is still too early,” Moulton replied, when asked about his polling position. “Voters go to the polls for another six months.”
Moulton said that he made a 53-points behind the Democratic incumbent, he challenged primary in his first election to Congress in 2014.
But if it doesn’t work and he falls out of the White house race, the Congressman said he would stand “absolutely” again.
Moulton said, “I’m proud to serve this country, I can, however, including continued on as a Congressman of the 6. District, if this doesn’t work.”