Trump says he would prefer to run against Biden as the face of a campaign against Clinton

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President Trump said he would prefer Biden against former Vice-President, Joe, than to face a further campaign against the former U.S. Secretary of state Hillary Clinton.

Trump, who has been racing for more launch criticism of Clinton after the victory in the 2016 presidential, offered rare praise of the former Secretary of state, while, once again, the label Biden as “sleepy.”

“I think Hillary Clinton was a great candidate. She was very smart. It was very hard. She was ruthless and vicious,” Trump said in an interview on NBC’s “Meet The Press.” “[Biden] the sleepy. She wasn’t sleepy.”


This is not the first time Trump has claimed that he will be running against Biden – who consistently leads a crowded Democratic field and enjoyed success in the head-to-head polls against trump, to other candidates in the year 2020.


“I would prefer to run, I think Biden as someone who” Trump said earlier this month. “I think he is the weakest mentally, and I like to play against people that are mentally weak … The others have a lot more energy.”

Biden also this weekend was attacked by the other Democratic presidential candidates during speeches at the South Carolina Democratic y convention.

Sr., Kamala Harris, D-Calif., said on Saturday that the voters must not “turn back the clock” but rather, “we begin the next Chapter. Let’s turn the page.”


It was a demonstration that Biden, who you fire, has drawn in the last few weeks for his reversal on opposing taxpayer funding of abortion, and his memories of working with long-dead senators of racial separation, not of the democratic candidate without an intense fight, no matter his front-runner strategy.


Biden had the luxury to deliver the last word on the Saturday with his draw as the last of the 20 candidates on the Podium, which is a rapid-fire litany of suggestions for political measures, including a new pitch for a $8,000 tax credit for child care.

The former Vice-President avoided mention of his recent spat with New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker, who would is called for, to apologize to the former Vice-President, after Recalling how he had to work with virulent segregation, as he is the first member of the Senate, in 1972. Booker took, in particular, Biden is the exception, noting that Mississippi, Sr., James Eastland “never called me the boy,” only “son.”

In an interview with MSNBC after his speech on Saturday, not to excuse Biden, say, twisted his remarks got. “I understand the consequence of saying the word “boy”, but it was not said in any of this context at all,” Biden.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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