nearvideo trump on John McCain: “I’m not a fan’
FOX Business ” Maria Bartiromo asks President Trump about his criticism of the former Senator, John McCain.
President Trump, in an extensive interview with Fox Business Network Maria Bartiromo, accused the Democrats embrace ideas such as court-packing and the Green New Deal to be “radicalized” – while voicing confidence as he ends big up to the ever-growing field of potential 2020 adversary.
The President made a mockery of the Democratic candidates for saying that, “a lot of strange things,” calling the Green New Deal “the most absurd, what”, and Beto O ‘Rourke’s rays’ s idea, with the border sections of the wall.
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But the question of which candidates in the huge field, he would really like to have by the year 2020, Trump threw a couple of names:
“I mean, I’d like [Joe Biden]. I would like to have, Bernie [Sanders], I would like to have, Beto,” he said, adding: “I have to be Beto seems to be the one chosen by the press. The press seems to have decided to Beto. … When I see Beto, I say, we could dream of.”
The comments that amount to an early reading by the President on which candidate he had joy in tars on the election campaign, with the field growing each week, and always with the left on issues like immigration to taxes.
In the same interview, Trump alleged “Democrats is actually a left-wing party, I mean, you’re always a radical party. You see, what you want to do with the Supreme court. You see, what you want with the voting age. Where came all of a sudden? The voting age at 16-they are always radical. They are radicalized.”
He was referring to calls from Democrats, including the 2020 candidate stack more judges to the Supreme court, and lowering the voting age to 16.
Trump discussed a number of other hot-button topics, including the economy and his controversial criticism of the late Sen. John McCain, has led to rebukes from his own party.
Bartiromo began by pointing out that slow, while the U.S. economy grew, which seems to be under the trump administration, the rest of the world. How he would keep up the momentum, Trump said that trade deals during his presidency, will continue to be implemented and expressed great hopes for a forthcoming trade deal with China will be asked. He added that the tariffs on Chinese imports have already brought in billions of additional revenue.
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“[I]f we need you views on technology and the first US $ 50 billion of goods that we want to keep … because.”
Trump also all praised on the U.S.-Mexico-Canada agreement (USMCA), the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) — or, as he calls them often: “one of the worst offers I’ve ever seen.” He then blasted the European Union for what he called a double standard. Countries such as Germany, he said, are, by their cars, practically, taxpayer untaxed, although they accept returns for U.S. cars.
It is hard to believe that I won. If you think of it, I had Facebook, Google, Twitter, all against me … the media is almost completely against me.
President Donald Trump
“The numbers are just a small of many-but you know, we have lost in the course of the last five, six, seven years, 150 billion US $in the year with the European Union,” Trump. “Do not take our product. You control us tremendously. They tariff us tremendously. Almost every country has taken claim of the United States-and we teach it.”
Trump seemed unconcerned, slapping tariffs for car-could disrupt imports, to build the global economy, insist that the “end-game” is for companies “to their plants in the United States,” no rates.
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The interview touches on social media the alleged censorship of conservative voices, like Rep. Devin Nunes, which opened at the beginning of this week, they filed a lawsuit against Twitter. Asked what arrangements he would like to see imposed on social media companies, Trump said he hates “the concept of the scheme to the media,” but said it was apparent “collusion between the Democrats.”
“It is hard to believe that I won,” he said. “If you think about it, I have Facebook, Google, Twitter, had, all against me. I have — the media is almost completely against me. And yet I won. 306 to 223; people can’t believe it. I won. Because I am able to spread the word about my social media because I have great social media-but I’ll tell you, it is much more difficult than it should be.”
Not to break though and with the same inclination as that of Sen. Elizabeth Warren, to these tech companies, he criticises them for more strict conservative than Democrats.
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Trump also speaks of the warmth he met this week for the criticism of McCain-who died last August – during a speech before workers at an Army tank plant in Ohio, said: “I liked him very much. I will really probably never.”
Trump blasted McCain for voting against a bid to roll back ObamaCare, at the handover of the so-called Steele Dossier of the FBI, and the support of the military intervention in Iraq.
“[W]as he did to the Republican party and the nation, and sick people had great health, it is good. So, I’m not a fan of John McCain, and that’s fine,” Trump said.
With the long-awaited Mueller report packaging is rumored to be up soon, Trump dismissed the idea that something would be substantial, is revealed in relation to Russia should be consultation in the 2016 presidential elections.
“If you look in the last two years, how many important messages it was up to me, turned out to be non-existent? So many of them,” he said.
Despite fighting on several fronts, Trump was still optimistic that the common ground could be reached with Democrats, he suggested more investment in infrastructure than the Republicans.
“I like to, frankly, own our own roads, our bridges. I don’t know how you sell to other countries,” he said, and added: “I think it is very possible, because I think [Democrats] want to do it. I mean, Nancy Pelosi said to me want to do very strong it infrastructure.”
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He then switched gears to immigration, which he mocked as a “total disaster in this country.”
“We have laws that are so bad, people pouring in,” Trump said. He lavishes praise on the officials of the immigration authority said, however, that their work conditions is remarkably improved with a wall, the build he insisted that he was obliged to.
“We build the wall, and it goes fast, big, strong, looks good, not the terrible thing you have built before I arrived here. We build the wall now. We have built a lot of wall, pretty soon. But if you don’t have this, you can not border security,” he said.