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To support the Orlando Sentinel published a lengthy op-ed on Tuesday about the reasons you don’t plan on Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election.
President Trump is currently in Orlando, is preparing the official launch of his 2020 campaign. The publication recognized that with more than a year until election day, some say it is too early to determine whether or not Trump has earned a confirmation.
But the paper in the editorial board wrote that “the chaos, the division, the school yard, insults, self-aggrandizement, corruption, and, above all, the lies were about the last two and a half years enough to decide as any other candidate would be better than the trump.
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The article went on to discuss some of the questionable claims trump has made, during his presidency, including his claim that he was lost in the popular vote because of illegal voters, North Korea is no longer a nuclear threat, and his quip, the windmills, the cause for his claim in the year 2018, that cancer.
It also quoted a Washington Post database, the claims that followed Trump’s statements in the last few years, and claims that the President has more than 10,000 false or misleading statements.
“Trump is the successful attack on the truth is, the great sacrifice of this presidency, closely followed by more of his war on decency,” the Sentinel piece.
In 2016, the publication of state Hillary Clinton endorsed for President, but this year, said that if a Republic arise as a Republican candidate like Mitt Romney or John Kasich were, you would “look diligently after them.”
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Trump has waged a long battle against the media during the entire duration of his first campaign and presidency and, frequently, slams mainstream news media such as CNN and the New York Times.
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During a segment on “America’s Newsroom”, was on Tuesday, the Sentinel’s op-ed Gingrich, who said that he knew brought up to Newt “no President, who could get 92 percent of the negative press coverage and still are.”