After the final New Hampshire results scorched Biden and Warren, President Trump revealed which of the Democrats clown car of 2020 candidates he wanted to run against — and it might surprise some people.
Socialist Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders won the state’s primary, with former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg coming in second-place, and Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar coming in third.
Speaking outside the White house on Tuesday, President Trump said he would rather face-off against Mike Bloomberg in the general election because the billionaire and former New York City mayor is “buying his way in.”
“Frankly, I would rather run against Bloomberg than Bernie Sanders, because Sanders has real followers, whether you like them or not, whether you agree with them or not — I happen to think it’s terrible what [Sanders] says,” said Trump.
Trump: Bloomberg is just buying his way in
Trump also blasted Bloomberg for suddenly apologizing for his support of stop-and-frisk, calling it “disingenuous.”
“I support anything that we can do to get down crime and get rid of drugs,” Trump told reporters. “I think when a man is with stop-and-frisk his whole life, and then he decides to go Democrat, and he goes to a church, and he is practically crying — he looked like hell — he is practically crying, saying what a horrible thing he did. I think that’s so disingenuous.”
“When you watch — go back to the church where he apologized for everything he ever did, practically,” he continued. “And he looked pathetic. Our country doesn’t need that kind of leadership.”
President Trump also tweet this out, which he later deleted:
As noted by Tusker Daily, Bloomberg came under heavy fire on Monday after a leaked audio revealed his blatant racism.
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