Trump sees no challengers that could begin to defeat in 2020 Dems to test the waters

President trump ” – said in a recent interview, he sees no other possible Democratic challengers such as former Vice-President Joe Biden and Sen. Elizabeth Warren.


President Trump said that he sees that all the Democratic Challenger who could beat him in the 2020 presidential election.

“I know you all, and I don’t see anyone,” Trump told interviewer Piers Morgan that was published in the Daily Mail. “You don’t have the right candidate.”

Trump’s comments come as a number of high-profile Democrats on the road recently in an effort to drum up money and support for their party, as well as gage their attractiveness to the electorate.

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Spearheading the group is Former Vice-President Joe Biden, who has his large political network and decades of experience to regain, as the leader of the party and a vocal critic of the trump of the agenda.

Speaking recently on a podcast called “anger Management,” Biden said, that Trump the “zero-tolerance” immigration policy made him “ashamed” and added that the U.S. credibility on the world stage, worse.

“The reason why the rest of the world repaired to a large extent has not told us the example of our power, but the power of our example,” Biden.

He added: “And we send a signal that I just think is so harmful to our ability to be a positive force in a position of leadership in the world. Whether it is, or to Duterte whether it is to praise [Rodrigo] or praise [Vladimir] Putin, or praises of Kim Jong-Un. I mean, what do we do?”

Can Biden as an early pioneer, but there are a lot of other Democrats eyeing a chance to trump in the year 2020, and in the Form of a Democratic party is currently struggling for its identity and the absence of a dominant market leader.

Vermont sen. Bernie Sanders, the 2016 runner-up in the Democratic primaries, the former U.S. Secretary of state Hillary Clinton behaves as a candidate, as have Sens. Cory Booker from New Jersey and Kamala Harris of California, who to see, when she was still younger and more diverse, Ambassador of the Democratic party. And sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, a frequent target of trump’s Twitter barbs, wrapped with a campaign-style trip through the West last month.

“The opportunity for someone to arise and catch a wave, not this high since 1976,” Anita Dunn, a veteran democratic strategist, told The New York Times.

The rumblings in the Democratic party don’t seem to have fazed Trump, who told Piers Morgan that while “you never know what will happen with health and other things”, he fully intends to run for re-election in 2020.

“It seems like everyone wants me,” he said.

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