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MIAMI — Republican National Committee Chairman Ronna McDaniel of “radicalisation, said,” the Democratic party is on “full screen”, which has made this week during the first round of the presidential primary debates, calling the party, his “dramatic shift” in decades.
In an interview with Fox News on Thursday, McDaniel, who is hosting a series of events highlighting the President Trump’s record on the sidelines of the Democratic debates in, slammed the Democratic presidential hopefuls and their proposals.
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“I think the radicalization of the Democratic party was on full display last night,” McDaniel. “Basically saying, we should open the borders, throw away the rule of law, and is not required, the legal immigration is not sustainable.”
McDaniel was in relation to Ex-housing and urban development Secretary Julian Castro’s comments during yesterday’s debate. Castro has called on his opponents to him in the call for the decriminalisation of illegal crossing of the border. Other candidates, such as Sen. Cory Booker, D-N. J., said that the U.S. “has the power to better this process to cope with through the civil process the criminal process.”
McDaniel, however, warned that “if the Democrats had full control of the house, the Senate and the White house, the way your party is right now, everything that you say you would do.”
“I think they are lurching so far to the left that it is the dramatic shift in the Democratic party that we have seen in decades,” McDaniel said. “Bernie Sanders, to be used on the edge, not mainstream.”
Sen. Sanders, I-Vt., the debate stage in Miami on Thursday, in addition to the current primary front-runner, former Vice-President, Joe Biden, and other big names such as South Bend, Ind will. Mayor Pete Buttigieg, and Sens. Kamala Harris of California and Kirsten Gillibrand of New York.
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“I don’t think any of the Democrats can beat trump, because I am listening to what you propose,” McDaniel said. “A total government takeover of health care, remove people from your private health insurance, the acquisition of education, to open the borders.”
McDaniel said that the President’s re-election campaign, was last week in an Orlando rally, on the basis of his achievements during his term of office.
“The President may, on his record and talk about the millions of jobs that have been created since he was President—people from the food stamps, there are more jobs right now than we can fill, the wages are high, our veterinarians are done, our military will be strengthened,—He achieved these things,” she said. “And he gets to go back to tell the people about the country:” I always keep my promise and want to continue in this country…and make sure that their families have a chance of the American dream.'”
The comments came in the midst of an aggressive push by the RNC, and Trump’s campaign against the news of the Miami debate stage, where the candidates blasted Trump have record on the economy, immigration, and much more-it is an operation that night in full force again on Thursday.
McDaniel, clogged now down rumors that the former Ambassador could replace the United Nations Nikki Haley, Vice President Mike Pence, on the Trumpf-2020-ticket.
“The President said [in the NBC-Meet The Press] 100 percent, Mike Pence, our Vice-presidential candidates,” McDaniel. “Everything I’ve ever seen, is the total support between the President and the Vice President.”
McDaniel interview with Fox News came after she and the other members of the RNC, and Trump’s re-election campaign hosted a round-table discussion with Spanish owners of small businesses to discuss how Trump will help the policy “to their business.”
On Wednesday, a similar event to the guest of a famous Cuba was in Versailles—niche restaurant and a frequent campaign stop for candidates for the through trip from Miami, known for its cuisine and “a side of politics .” McDaniel ‘ s holding, such as others around the country this week, the “left-leaning stitch of the democratic party in the direction of socialism, focused on the highlighting.”