Trump cites report Biden can scale back campaign plan: “If I did ever it would be’

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President Trump said at the New Hampshire rally visitors on Thursday that the campaign of Joe Biden was a “disaster,” according to a report, that the 2020 Democratic top-of-the scale tab again derailing his planned appearances following weeks of verbal.

“If I ever, that it would be over,” the President told the audience in Manchester. “The fake message would be to us.”

The President said that, if Biden, campaign consultants, former Vice-President of the media exposure before next year’s election, it could cost him the White house.

In the report, released on Thursday by The hill, not identified “Biden allies” suggest to minimize that Biden limit of his campaign stops before the election of 2020, the bad publicity resultiung from his verbal blunder. The allies claim that the reduction of phenomena would also prevent critics, including President Trump, from what the 76-year-old Biden is too old and not mentally fit to be President.


At the Thursday rally, Trump is a sharp contrast between itself and the former U.S. senator from Delaware, tries to draw.

“Is there anything better than a trump rally?” Trump asked the audience, drawing cheers.

“What is Biden a ‘Sleepy Joe’ rally?” he asked then, drawing laughs. “I think Sleepy Joe may be able to limp across the finish line. But today they have announced that they are going back to cutting away on his performances, because he’s such a disaster.”

Biden has a weeks-long flurry of negative attention, the surrounding verbal slip-up that some of you have noticed, has been a common occurrence over his long political career. For example, Biden recently claimed to support “the truth about the facts” during a speech at the Iowa State Fair. He also stated, wrongly, that two high-profile mass shootings, instead of occurred in Michigan, and Houston, the right locations of Dayton, Ohio, and El Paso, Texas.

President Donald Trump speaks at a campaign event, Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019, in Manchester, N. H. (Associated Press)

In response to one of Biden’s gaffe’s, Trump tweeted last week: “does anyone really believe that he is mentally fit to be President? We ‘play’ in a very large and complicated world. Joe has no idea.”

A Fox News poll released Thursday showed Biden in front of trump by 12 points. On Tuesday, Biden President, Trump suggested the own choice of words when talking about white nationalism and diversity.

“President Trump has arrived white nationalists with messages of support, called Mexicans encouraged “the rapist,” and said that the members of the Congress, “go back to” where you from,” Biden wrote on Twitter. “The President’s words matter. And trump has to unleash its to the deepest, darkest forces of our nation.”

Biden, the President claimed “” the role of diversity in the strength of America.

“This is America, and we are strong and great because of our diversity — not in spite of,” wrote Biden. “Donald Trump does not get it. Prioritization of wealthy immigrants, while punishing the working class, those who betray the American idea, everyone gets a fair Chance — regardless of their background.”

Also Thursday, former Obama adviser David Axelrod claims Biden scaling back campaign plan, therefore, effectively its media limit presence before the election, it would only hurt-the former Vice-President, the chances of winning the democratic nomination and eventually the presidency.

“This is bad advice. You can’t tweet the monastery of the candidate and win,” Axelrod. “He can either cut, or he can’t, and the only way he can prove that he can do it, is an active and powerful candidates. He is running for President of the United States, for God’s sake!”

Axelrod has in a similar way to target the handling of Federal funds for abortion, Biden. Biden has long supported the Hyde Amendment, but video surfaced of him telling an activist that he would oppose as President. Biden later said that he could not hear, the activist, on the question, and finally reversed its decade long support for the historically bipartisan measure.

Add to the list of verbal gaffes, Biden mistakenly said he had met with the students who survived the mass shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., while he was Vice-President. A gunman actually open fire on the school in February 2018, a year after Biden left the job.


During a lecture for the Asian and Hispanic voters in the last week, Biden also said that “poor children are just as bright and just as talented as white children.” Biden recanted his statement after the event, told reporters he wanted to say “rich kids” instead of “white children.”

In Thursday’s report, “Biden allies,” claimed limitation Biden’s commitment speaks would actually save his campaign. In the past, Biden run out of two previous attempts to run for President. In 1988, he unsuccessfully for a PV Massachusetts Gov. Michael Dukakis was ultimately won by then -. In 2008, he ran again, but the democratic party nomination was ultimately, then-Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., who chose Biden as his running mate.

Fox News’ Charles Creitz and Sam Dorman contributed to this report.

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