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Donald Trump slammed the Democratic presidential candidates and warned them to put the country into a & # 39; economic well & # 39; would lead

Donald Trump mocks Democrats, including & # 39; Sleepy Joe & # 39; Pray after Tuesday's debate, saying that they are moving America to & # 39; economic sinkhole & # 39; will lead, citing who says: & # 39; The least of two socialists is still a socialist & # 39;

  • Donald Trump slammed the Democratic presidential candidates and warned them to put the country into a & # 39; economic well & # 39; would lead
  • He weighed after the first night of the second democratic presidential debate
  • He specifically struck Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, who will take the stage on Wednesday evening
  • & # 39; The people I saw on stage last night, and you can add Sleepy Joe, Harris and the rest, will lead us to an economic well, & # 39; he tweeted
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Donald Trump slammed the Democratic candidates shut during their second presidential debate on Wednesday and warned that they would put the country to a & # 39; economic well & would lead.

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The president knocked down names Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as they prepare for the debate phase for part two of the Democratic debate.

& # 39; If I hadn't won the 2016 elections, we would now be in a major recession / depression. The people I saw on stage last night, and you can add to Sleepy Joe, Harris, and the rest, will lead us to an economic well that we've never seen before. With me, only up !, he tweeted.

Donald Trump slammed the Democratic presidential candidates and warned them to put the country into a & # 39; economic well & # 39; would lead

Donald Trump slammed the Democratic presidential candidates and warned them to put the country into a & # 39; economic well & # 39; would lead

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He added to a quote from Louisiana republican senator John Kennedy who attacked socialists.

& # 39; The least of two socialists is still a socialist! & # 39; Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana, & # 39; wrote the president.

Biden and Harris fall to the moderate end of the Democratic Party. The leading liberals in the race are Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, who were slammed for their progressive policy in Tuesday's debate.

The Democrats took turns taking turns at Trump and each other on Tuesday night fighting to win the voters.

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Trump was remarkably quiet on Twitter – his favorite form of communication – during the ruckus.

But he added his commentary in Wednesday's tweet, focusing on the economy, which the president reportedly believes will help him win the re-election next year.

Trump takes the opportunity to point out how well the US economy is doing under its stewardship with every opportunity it gets.

Democrats who were debating Tuesday in Detroit wavered between slamming President Donald Trump and attacking each other – a scenario that could repeat itself on Wednesday evening when another 10 candidates entered the podium for the second round.

Biden is expected to be the main target of the political fire. He is flanked by Harris and Cory Booker, who led the criticism of him too late.

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Trump was the target during Tuesday's clash.

& # 39; Ultimately, we must defeat Donald Trump, & # 39; said Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar.

Trump went after Biden and Harris, who bicker during the first Democratic debate and perform on Wednesday evening

Trump went after Biden and Harris, who bicker during the first Democratic debate and perform on Wednesday evening

Trump went after Biden and Harris, who bicker during the first Democratic debate and perform on Wednesday evening

The Massachusetts senator, Elizabeth Warren, wasted no time troubling Trump and said that he & # 39; shame the presidency every day & # 39 ;.

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The most devastating attack on the president came from South Bend, Mayor of Indiana, Pete Buttigieg, who asked & # 39; how someone like Donald Trump comes in the fall of the Oval Office in the first place. It doesn't happen unless America is already in crisis, & he said.

& # 39; Our country has almost no time left. It's even bigger than the emergency of the Trump presidency, & Buttigieg added.

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