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President Trump was far around the world Saturday at the G-20 summit in Japan, but he had a lot to say about the race for the democratic party-the 2020 presidential nomination.
During a press conference at the conclusion of the event in the world-where Trump met with the leaders of China, Russia and Saudi Arabia, among others-President Joe Biden mocked about his fiery exchange with Sen. Kamala Harris on the question of the race on Thursday’s democratic debate in Miami.
“That was not Winston Churchill, we deal with” Trump added that he thought that Harris received “too much credit” for their debate performance said about Biden.
“I thought that you too much credit. He has not said to do good, certainly, and perhaps the facts were not necessarily on his side,” Trump. “I think you give them too much credit for what they did, was not so outstanding and he was probably hit harder than he was hit.”
“I think you give them too much credit for what they did, was not so outstanding and he was probably hit harder than he was hit.”
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Trump later confirmed that Harris was given “too much credit” and went on to mock Biden for his answer.
“I think she was much to much credit for what she did, it wasn’t so out of the box, what she said, it was thought right out of the box and I, he does not respond in size, was Winston Churchill, we have it,” he said.
“I think she was much to much credit for what she did, it was so out of the box, what she said, it was right out of the box and I thought, he does not respond in size, was Winston Churchill, we have to do.”
Harris’ sluggish campaign got a huge boost following Thursday in the debate after the U.S. senator from California attacked Biden over his opposition to Federal busing, and announced his work with the declared segregation ists in the United States
“I also believe — and it is personal — and it was really very hurtful, you talk about the Reputation of two United States senators, built your reputation and career on the separation of race in this country,” Harris said.
“You have added worked together with them to oppose busing set,” Harris refers to the efforts to limit orders for school desegregation by busing. In an emotional moment, you have your own story of being bused as a little girl in California told.
President Donald Trump calls a reporter a question during a press conference after the G-20 summit in Osaka, Japan, on Saturday. (Associated Press)
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Biden defended himself, said Harris’ comments about his shooting were a “false characterization of my position on the line,” and that he “will not racists praise.”
Trump was careful, during the press conference on the question of whether Harris is a tough opponent in the 2020 would be the General elections, the say “You never know who is gonna be hard.”
“One day you’ll think he’s gonna be tough, turns out to be not much,” he continued, Recalling his 2016 election campaign, where he beat out numerous candidates in the Republican primary.
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“All your life you wanted to be a politician, I never would have thought, a politician who until about two days before I decided to run a little bit,” he said.
“You look at some of them, you are very talented, you see your life runs it is great … sometimes I thought that will be the toughest, were not the hardest at all.”