Al Sharpton went on TV and left viewers speechless with what he said about Trump
Race-baiting Reverend Al Sharpton is one of Donald Trump’s fiercest critics.
Sharpton – as well as every other Democrat – is committed to defeating the President next November.
But Al Sharpton went on TV and left viewers speechless with what he said about Trump.
President Trump is presiding over a historic economic boom.
The stock market is setting records and wages for the bottom 25 percent of income earners great faster than any other income group.
The Democrat Presidential primary debate has focused on issues like a government takeover of health care and candidates raising money from billionaires.
These are not the issues the American people care about.
Al Sharpton went on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” and warned Democrats that while their candidates are bickering about nonsense, Donald Trump is boasting about historic results on the issue voters care most about.
The Daily Caller reports:
Social activist Rev. Al Sharpton said Friday that President Donald Trump could be reelected and as he is “bragging about the economy” and Democrats don’t seem to be listening.
Sharpton said another potential presidential victory for Trump “should make us uncomfortable” as he discussed impeachment with a panel on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”
Although he agreed that “a fair trial” in the Senate was “an important point” in the conclusion of the impeachment process, he cautioned that many voters are more concerned with the economy.
“I think voters really that are struggling, which are a lot of the base, which is a lot of base of the Democratic Party, are really trying to deal with kitchen-table issues. That’s what we’ve got to address, particularly while you have a president that’s bragging about the economy. Right now we cannot say with any comfort that Donald Trump would not be re-elected. That should make us uncomfortable.”
Past Presidents such as George W. Bush and Barack Obama won re-election with much softer economies than the one President Trump presides over.
The closest one would be Ronald Reagan’s 1984 re-election campaign.
And that ended in an historic landslide for the GOP.