in the vicinityVideoReince Priebus: Nothing sticks to Donald Trump
The former White house chief of staff says that the Americans are much more about the economy than the accusations against the President.
Democrats are a slam-dunk for President trump, if you nominate Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., in the year 2020, the former White house chief of staff Reince Priebus argued on Tuesday.
During an exclusive interview with Fox News, the longtime political strategist argues that Warren was too caught up in the politics, not relatable enough, and so extreme, that you would continue to support the voters trump.
“Without question,” he would have to choose Warren as a trump for the opponents. “It is this unusual world is just the image that Elizabeth Warren, to the people who might not be thrilled with everything that President Trump does-but under the circumstances the choice will be given between Donald Trump and Elizabeth Warren, you have to go with Donald Trump.”
“It is unbelievable, how bad is the democratic party, screw them for yourself. It is amazing. You have a left wing nut to the next on the television,” he told Fox News.
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His comments came just a few days before he decided to sit on a political icon with Fox News contributor Donna Brazile, who served as Priebus, as Chairman of their respective party for the 2016 presidential election. He will expand to the surrounding atmosphere in 2020, ” and talk about the direction of the country. Priebus also participate in a panel on Republicans’ election prospects following Trump is the first Semester of a political icon.
The voters in the United States, Priebus Fox, is usually not affected, said, with measures such as repairs or “Medicare for all.” Instead, they focused on topics such as production and employment. Priebus argued that voters have a harder time deciding between Trump and the candidate as the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, Indiana mayor Pete Buttigieg, or sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn.
Sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., was a “second” behind Warren for Priebus’ chosen candidates. “He is a bit Trumpy … I think his rhetoric is good, flows better than Elizabeth Warren, with blue-collar workers in the Midwest-a kind of his middle finger kind of philosophy is just a lot of things that people claim is unfair,” he said to Sanders.
According to Priebus, Trump and the Republicans were “brilliant” to focus on the Democrats’ more progressive elements, such as Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, and their “team” of the progressive newcomers. “There is nothing more, what you want to do, as a people, the people go for a strong contrast in the ballot box, — so, if, and choose the one you want to see, day and night, as far as a choice,” he said.
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He added that “extreme” democratic politics in Washington, DC, were, makes it more likely that you will Trump the donor pull out the hate to your checkbook and support his re-election.
But none of the party leader, he argued, were able to appeal to both a progressive Basis, and the mid-West of the voters. And even though Biden was the likeable Democrat, he was not said to be credible left-wing politics, Priebus.
“So, you have nothing. They are not candidates that can do both, that’s why you see people like [Michael] Bloomberg dipping his toe in, you saw the poll last week about Michelle Obama that you would be the leader. have completed The Democrats are desperate,” he said.
Biden perspectives, Priebus added, were much were worse than trump during the primaries in 2016. He argued that the trumpet “was never really behind,” and, as a consequence, to go the Republican National Committee, the delegates, not anywhere other than the support of Trump.
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Biden, on the other hand, there could be a brokered Convention where he may need to the coast to progressive due to the nature of Democratic politics. Democrats, he said, had “real tight race between three or four people, and you also shell out most of their delegates to fight on a proportional basis to their conventions … and in their primary.”
Priebus also the kibosh put on any chance, the former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton could enter the race and win by the year 2020. “I think she’s pretty much damaged goods at this point,” he said. He argued that Warren faced the same error that Clinton in 2016: were not “sympathetic.”
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Trump, he added, delivered on his promise to “blow things up” in Washington and was not immune to the controversy, the dignity of politicians will doom others. “He is addressed by the American people to a different standard. He is immune to all these controversies.”
On impeachment Priebus argued that the President should continue to be the “victim card” and attack play dealt with the way Democrats — something he described as a “sham.” Charges, he predicts, could Biden be a blessing for trump, especially since the Ukraine controversy involved.