& # 39; They will all do very badly: & # 39; Trump scares Democrats candidates as he enthusiastically greets troops in Alaska while Air Force One refuels en route to the G20
- Air Force One stopped at Joint Base Elmendorf in Anchorage, Alaska on Wednesday evening
- Trump greeted troops during the short tank stop en route to the G20 in Osaka, Japan
- Slammed Democrat candidates gathered in comments to both reporters and troops on the platform
President Donald Trump made a brief stop in Alaska on the way to the G20 summit in Japan.
Air Force One landed Wednesday evening at Joint Base Elmendorf in Anchorage for a short stop en route to the global summit in Osaka.
After landing in Anchorage, Trump spoke aboard Air Force One with Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy.
Shortly after 5 p.m. in Alaska, Trump walked down the retractable abdominal stairs, fisted, waved, and walked on the asphalt to talk to the members of the base service.
US President, Donald Trump, waves as he leaves Air Force One during a tank stop at Joint Base Elmendorf, Alaska
Trump gestures as he walks on the tarmac at Elmendorf Air Force Base in Anchorage, Alaska, during a gas stop
Trump spent about ten minutes shaking hands and chatting with troops before tuning in to the democrat debate
Asked how he thought the Democrats would do in the presidential primary debate, which had just started earlier, Trump replied: & I think they will all be doing very badly. & # 39;
As he approached the troops, he noted that the debate had just begun, but he decided to step off the plane to greet them.
& # 39; And I had a choice between you and them and I chose you, & # 39; he said.
After spending about 10 minutes taking photos and shaking hands, Trump returned to Air Force One.
President Donald Trump greets troops at Elmendorf Air Force Base in Anchorage, Alaska, Wednesday during a refueling stop
& # 39; And I had a choice between you and them and I chose you, & # 39; Trump said about missing the first few minutes of the debate
US President Donald Trump greets troops while Air Force One is refueled at Elmendorf Air Force Base while traveling to Japan
& # 39; I think they are all going to do very badly, & # 39; Trump said when asked how he thought the Democrats would do in the debate
The plane left at 5.42 pm, just over an hour after landing at the base.
Trump watched the debate in the air and it was also shown on TV's in the press booth.
& # 39; SAAI! & # 39; he tweeted about 30 minutes in the two-hour debate.
Trump waves to troops while boarding Air Force One after a short stop at the base in Anchorage
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