Donald Trump uses his demonstration to train against Democrats, suggesting that Mike Bloomberg is his cheap spin-off
“It’s not easy to do what I do”: Donald Trump uses his rally to scold Democrats suggesting that Mike Bloomberg is his cheap spin-off and claiming that Amy Klobuchar is “stifled”
- Donald Trump came out of firearms against Democrats on Thursday night during his rally in Colorado Springs, Colorado
- He specifically called out during the Democratic debate in Las Vegas that took place the night before
- “I don’t know if anyone watched the debate last night, it got very high scores. And you know what? Mini Mike didn’t do well last night, “he said
- Trump focused much of his criticism on Mike Bloomberg and suggested that the billionaire is just a cheap version of himself
- “I wanted to send him a note with the text:” It’s not easy doing what I do, is it? “Trump said about Bloomberg
- He also said that Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar “choked” and claimed that her campaign died during the debate
Donald Trump used the Democratic debate as ammunition on Wednesday during his rally in Colorado Springs on Thursday night, specifically against his billionaire Mike Bloomberg.
“I don’t know if anyone watched the debate last night, it got very high scores. And you know what? Mini Mike didn’t do well last night, “he told thousands of supporters.
“I wanted to send him a note with the text:” It’s not easy doing what I do, is it? “Trump suggested.
‘I do not know. It’s not easy Mike. It is not easy for any of them. No, Mike wasn’t doing so well. He went all the way down, “the president insisted.
Donald Trump came out with weapons against Democrats on Thursday night at his meeting in Colorado Springs, Colorado – and specifically called out during the Las Vegas debate that took place the night before
“I don’t know if anyone watched the debate last night, it got very high scores. And you know what? Mini Mike was not doing well last night, “he said to billionaire Mike Bloomberg, who was confronted with an attack of criticism
The two billionaire are very different heights, with the former mayor of New York City at 5ft 7in and the president at 6ft 3in.
Trump organized a meeting in Colorado Springs, Colorado on Thursday evening and it took almost no time for him to attack Democrats to defeat him in November.
He also claimed that Minnesota choked Senator Amy Klobuchar and said in his book that her campaign died with her debate on Wednesday.
“What about Koobcuahr. Did you see her? She choked. She choked, “he said to a cheering crowd. “She couldn’t breathe.”
“Alfred E. Neuman looked at her and said something somewhat derogatory,” Trump said, using the bame he had compared to former South Bend, Mayor of Indiana, Pete Buttigieg. “And she said,” Are you accusing me of being stupid? “
“Who would make such a statement?” the president asked. “Because he really does, but he doesn’t want to say that. No, no, what about that. “You mean I’m stupid?” That was the end of her campaign in my book. You don’t say that. Even if it’s true, you don’t say that. “
The Broadmoor World Arena rally, with a capacity of more than 8,000, was held as part of a rare four-day campaign hint on the west coast when Democrats conducted their campaigns there with both a debate and the third primary competition.
Trump also held a meeting in Phoenix, Arizona on Wednesday evening, while the Democrats organized their ninth primary debate in Las Vegas, Nevada around the same time.
And the president will hold another reelection for the third night in a row – as Democrats prepare for the second-in-the-national caucuses in Nevada on Saturday.
Mike Bloomberg participated in the Democratic primary race in mid-November and quickly rose in the ranking among the dwindling field of candidates while using his own deep pockets to raise his profile in a series of advertisements on television and social media.
The former mayor of New York City immediately became one of Trump’s favorite goals – and the president often bases his fellow billionaire on Twitter and calls him “mini-Mike” in one fell swoop at its peak.
After taking a night off from his sharp attacks on the Democratic candidates during his Phoenix rally on Wednesday night, the president was ready and came out swinging.
Trump’s recent campaign strategy is not subtle, since he organizes re-election rallies in the same states as where Democrats are for debates or primary competitions.
Although Trump experiences virtually no real primary competition, he still strives to win big and breaking records for voter turnout and caucus for a current president.
While Pete Buttigieg won the victory for Democrats in Iowa, Senator Bernie Sanders became the winner in New Hampshire.