In the race for the presidential nomination of the Democrats, incumbent Donald Trump in the next year with two possible counterparties to the front: Senator Bernie Sanders and Ex-Vice President Joe Biden.
Then it would probably take Biden the "Crazy Bernie Sanders and the Sleepy Joe as the two finalists against perhaps the best economy in the history of our country (and MANY other great things)," tweeted Trump on Tuesday.
"God, you got saved!"
Sanders is leading, at least when collecting donations in the crowded field of contenders for the party nomination of the Democrats for the White house: $ 18 million he already has. Biden is not yet entered officially into the race, his candidacy commonly.
Trump said that he was pleased – no matter who will compete at the end against him. In his Tweet he finished with the cryptic words: "God, you got saved!"
Yesterday it was announced that Trump gets in the race for a second term in office competition from his own party. The former Governor of the East coast state of Massachusetts, Bill Weld, announced on Monday his application to the presidential candidacy for the Republicans. "America has a choice", say it in a Weld in the short message service Twitter has published a Video. "A better America begins here."
He relies on the dissatisfaction of Republicans with Trumps style: Bill Weld. Photo: Reuters
In the two-minute Clip, reference is made to successes Welds in his time as Governor in the 90s. At the same time, the Video goes hard with the President to the court: It is about previous misogynistic Statements Trumps and his unfulfilled election addresses promise that Mexico will pay for the construction of a border wall.
The 73-year-old Weld relies on the dissatisfaction of many Republicans with Trumps price and style. A presidential job application he had been thinking for months. In February, he described the President as "schoolyard bullies". His aggressive behavior put Trump only if he have to do it with other "bullies" such as the Russian head of state Vladimir Putin: "he is smooth-tongued and radiates over the whole face."
Weld with low chances
In the Republican primaries in the first half of the year 2020, the Weld will have a leg to Stand on. A Gallup poll from early April showed that Trump is supported by 89 percent of Republicans.
Weld was from 1991 to 1997, the Governor of Massachusetts. As the successes of his former office, he turns out to be in his campaign video, among other things, a balanced budget made, taxes reduced, and to have the corruption contained. After his retirement from the Governor's office Weld of the Republicans switched to the Libertarian party, for which he took up in 2016 as a Vice presidential candidate. In February, he returned to the Republicans. (sda)
Created: 17.04.2019, 07:03 PM