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Seth Moulton blasts Trump, who says he can coalition in the year 2020, unite races
President Trump will be harder to believe to defeat as the Democrats, but he can lose, in the year 2020, if the right coalition United against him, according to Rep. Seth Moulton, D-Mass.
Moulton, candidate for the presidency, told Bret Baier on “Special Report” that, although the qualification threshold for this week’s primary debates missed, he is the right person for the voters to get behind.
“You want someone who can actually build to defeat the coalition, we need him, because I think that trump is going to be much more difficult to beat as many Democrats think,” he said of the voters.
“This means that a coalition, all of which belong in our party, plus independents, which Obama trump voters, and even some disgruntled Republicans.
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“I can coalition this, because I have it has built in the most difficult situations — in the middle of a war.”
The Massachusetts Democrat mentioned his service in the Iraq war, claiming it showed his role as a Marine platoon commander that he can unite Americans from all walks of life.
“My basic task was to bring together, to serve this incredibly diverse group of Americans from all parts of this country, with different religious beliefs, different political beliefs, and they United behind a common mission, the America in the middle of a very mixed time: in the middle of a war that many of us do not agree with,” he said.
“This is the leadership we need from the next President of the United States.”
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Moulton criticizes the fact that to not serve the trump card in Vietnam, will instead receive a deferment.
Baier pointed out that the legislators of the President “unpatriotic and called it” for the circumstance.
Moulton said that he stand by this statement.
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“I think that if you lie to get out of the war, that makes you unpatriotic,” he said.
“First of all, to know that it is not how it is, some empty seat with Donald Trump’s name on it went to Vietnam, someone had to go in his place, and some Patriotic American who was willing to stand up and serve the country, even in the midst of a terrible war, so that nobody had to go to his place.
“This is not to say that you are a patriot — dodge service.”
Moulton was not one of the 20 candidates invited to participate in this week, the democratic debates Wednesday and Thursday will be held in Miami.