If there’s one thing that President Trump isn’t, it’s shy.
The Commander in Chief has been a force to reckon with ever since ascending to the Oval Office, and his bombastic nature has turned Washington on its head. Gone are the days of nuanced narratives and other assorted forms of time-wasting.
In today’s Beltway, we get right to the point.
This week was no different for the President, as he sent a stern message to the liberal left about who he may be facing come November.
President Donald Trump told his supporters at a rally on Wednesday that the DNC is going to take the nomination away from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) again. The president added that it won’t matter “who the hell [the Democrat nominee] is” because “we’re gonna win.”
“They just came out with a poll a little while ago,” said President Trump. “Mini Mike was at 15, and Crazy Bernie was at 31. That’s a lot. And Mini Mike just spent $500 million, but, the DNC is going to take it away from Bernie again.”
Then came the tour de force moment:
“And that’s okay,” the president added, “because we don’t care who the hell it is, we’re gonna win. We have to.”
Sanders would be an ideal matchup for Trump in the general election, given that Trump’s brand of stark capitalism rings true with far more Americans than Bernie’s proposed socialism.
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