Coming off the heels of various state elections, Democrat candidates for president are eager to prove themselves.
In keeping with the natural progression of a primary election, leftist contenders are scrambling against one another to get the nomination to face President Trump in 2020’s general election. In so doing comes insults, resurfaced statements from the past, and, of course, attacks against the president.
Despite what the left would like to believe, Trump is totally unfazed by the mayhem that leftists have succumbed to. On Wednesday and in Phoenix, Arizona, Trump gathered with his base in order to rally for re-election. During this time, the president also explained that the eventual Democrat nominee doesn’t really matter because he will emerge victorious yet again, as noted by Breitbart News.
The Irrelevance of the Eventual Democrat Nominee
When addressing his Pheonix supporters, the president explained that he will defeat whichever candidate the DNC chooses to nominate. After noting the various poll numbers of running contenders, Trump drew attention to the winning streak of America and the Republican Party. This winning streak entails not only an immaculate, thriving economy, but also many Democrats leaving their party and joining the GOP.
The president continues to remain consistent regarding his confidence in the 2020 election’s outcome. What Democrats keep missing is that none of them are in a position to truly pose a threat to the president. From what Americans have seen, leftist candidates’ strategies entail promising free handouts, pushing for socialism, and vilifying anyone who disagrees with them as racist.
Meanwhile, the president has four years of promises made, promises kept that he can run on. Regardless of how much the chosen nominee attempts to denigrate or minimize Trump’s presidential accomplishments, facts will always speak louder than Democrat talking points.
Trump’s Thoughts on the Candidates
Throughout his rally in Arizona, the president also took some time to weigh in on a few of the presidential candidates on the left. Trump explained that Bloomberg was getting “pounded” by other candidates on the Las Vegas debate stage and also stated that the former New York City mayor should get “no boxes” to make himself look taller on the debate stage.
Moreover, the president also opined that the DNC will ultimately ensure that Sanders doesn’t win the party’s nomination, despite his win in New Hampshire and current lead in Nevada. Americans, of course, learned in 2016 of the DNC pulling strings and working behind the scenes to practically hand the nomination to Hillary Clinton.
Only time will tell which DNC-controlled puppet that President Trump defeats in November.
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